DEi 010491 Quick Fix Heat Tape, 1 x 12 Ft, Black
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Extruded from a special high performance grade silicone compound and engineered at 700psi tensile strength, Quick Fix Tape has insulating capabilities up to 8,000 volts and stretches to three times its length for a simple stretch-and-wrap application. The triangular profile of the tape (the center is thicker than the edges) provides a smooth edge when over lapping tape.
- Available in 1 in. wide x 12 ft. rolls
- Withstands temperatures from -60 degrees F (-54 C) to 500 degrees F (260 C)
- Seal ends of hoses, bundle & wrap wires, weatherproof connections & more
- Can be applied to wet surfaces
- Corrosion & moisture resistant
- Permanent air / liquid tight seal
- Resists solvents, oils, fuel, acids & chemical spills
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