3M Electrical

Highland vinyl electrical tape is a flame-retardent conformable general purpose insulation tape. Primary electrical insulation for all wire and cable splices rated up to 600 volts. Highland tape can be used for protective jacketing and harnessing
Scotchrap™ 50 and 51 tapes are tough polyvinyl chloride based tapes with special high tack adhesives formulated to resist corrosion of metal piping systems above and below ground fittings and joints on all mill-coated pipe and electrical conduit systems
Is a woven glass cloth tape designed to operate in 600-volt dry applications requiring high mechanical strength and resistance to high temperatures. The glass cloth is specially treated and prepared to provide corrosion-free protection. It will not shrink rot or burn and has a high tensile strength. Contains pressure-sensitive thermosetting adhesive which performs as Class B temperature (266ºF / 130ºC). Provides hear stable insulation for hot spot applications
Designed for use in 600-volt dry location applications requiring both high mechanical strength and resistance to high temperatures. The thermosetting adhesive provides an increased bond once applied in areas of high ambient temperatures. Class "H" temperature rating
High-voltage insulating tape that provides excellent thermal dissipation of splice heat. Provides immediate moisture seal and void-free buildups. Rated up to 194°F (90°C) continuous operating temperatures and short-term 266°F (130°C) overload service
High dielectric strength. Class "H" material (180ºC continuous operation). Workable at extremely low temperatures. Excellent weathering characteristics. Excellent instantaneous fusion does not need to be held down
The combination of elastic backing and aggressive adhesive provides moiture-tight electrical and mechanical protection with minimum bulk. Pressure-sensitive rubber based adhesive. Compatible with solid dielectric cable insulation. Compatible with rubber and synthetic splicing compounds as well as epoxy and polyurethane resins
Polyvinyl chloride (PVC) backing. Pressure sensitive rubber based adhesive. Compatible with solid dielectric cable insulations. Compatible with rubber and synthetic splicing compounds as well as epoxy and polyurethane resins. Inhibits corrosion of electrical conductors
Excellent dielectric strength. Electrical properties are stable up to (105ºC / 220ºF). Cotton bias cloth woven at 60º allows tape elongation. Varnish cambric tapes are rated for Class A. Non-corrosive adhesive holds film in position until the jacket is applied
Designed for use in pase identification color coding of motor leads and piping systems and for marking safety areas. Has excellent electrical insulating properties wraps smoothly conforms well and holds over a wide range of temperatures. Polyvinyl chloride (PVC) backing. Pressure sensitive rubber based adhesive. Inhibits corrosion of electrical conductors

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