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Self Amalgamating Tape 19mm x 10m

 Self Amalgamating Tape 19mm x 10m

This conformable black non-adhesive polyisobutylene-based tape has strong elastic qualities and is backed by a thin film that can be stripped off cleanly and easily. When layers of the tape are stretched and laid in contact with each other, they merge together to effectively form a solid rubber part.

  • Ideal for insulating, terminating, sealing and splicing cables
  • Other uses include waterproofing and corrosion protection of connectors and other electrical equipment
  • Colour: black
  • Supplied in 19mm widths on 10m reels
 

Price

   

Rapid Electronics Code

4.78

   

87-1882

 

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Ultratape
Self Amalgamating Tape 25mm x 10m

 Self Amalgamating Tape 25mm x 10m

This conformable black non-adhesive polyisobutylene-based tape has strong elastic qualities and is backed by a thin film that can be stripped off cleanly and easily. When layers of the tape are stretched and laid in contact with each other, they merge together to effectively form a solid rubber part.

  • Ideal for insulating, terminating, sealing and splicing cables
  • Other uses include waterproofing and corrosion protection of connectors and other electrical equipment
  • Colour: black
  • Supplied in 25mm widths on 10m reels
 

Price

   

Rapid Electronics Code

5.41

   

87-1884

 

More info / buy

 

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