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LDPE Mosaic Tile Tape (63502M)

SKU: 63502M Weight: 1.3 lbs Length: -

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Low-Density Polyethylene Film (LDPE) for Mosaic Tile Tape

  • Front mounted clear adhesive film; strong enough to hold tiles during transit and installation.
  • Designed to release after installation without leaving adhesive residue on your tiles.
  • Can be used with stone, glass and ceramic.
  • Simply peel it off the roll and apply.
  • No release paper self-leveling eliminates the different levels in the surface created by stone and tile pieces with different thicknesses.
  • Crystal clear so you can see your tile design during installation.

Low-density polyethylene film tape. Acrylic adhesive. Highly conformable. Good abrasion and chemical resistance. Outstanding moisture barrier properties. Acrylic based pressure sensitive adhesive system provides high adhesion and cohesion which yields a permanent bond with virtually no edge bleed out. UV resistant. Excellent long term aging stability without yellowing. Will not crack or crease at low temperatures. 3? plastic core.

Application:

Water filter purification pipe wrap, protective sealing, splicing, seaming and patching where a highly conformable and optically clear material is required.

Physical Properties:

  • Total Thickness ? 5.5 mil (0.14mm)
  • Tensile strength ? 11 lbs/in. width
  • Adhesive ? Acylic
  • Elongation (at break) ? 400%
  • Adhesion to steel ? 56 oz/in.
  • Operating temperature rangen ? 50?F to 120?F
  • Alternative to 3M #480; Patco 502A, 503A .

Note:?The physical properties listed above are typical test results obtained from a series of laboratory tests and should not be used for the purpose of writing specifications. Before using this product, user shall determine the suitability of the product for his/her use; and user assumes all risks and liabilities in connection therewith. All test procedures used are in accordance with ASTM and PSTC methods.