Rust-Oleum Leak Seal Self-fusing Silicone Tape creates a chemical and moisture resistant barrier that stops leaky pipes and hoses and insulates frayed electrical wires. It is easy to remove, leaves no sticky residue and protects from corrosion. Meets UL 510 Standards.
Features of Leak Seal Tape
- Resistance to moisture, high temperatures, flame, tear, UV, ozone, solvent, acid, oil, hydrocarbon and more.
- Resist heat up to 260 ° C.
- Leaves no sticky residue.
- 700 PSI tensile strength.
- Insulates up to 8000 volts.
NOTE: Using tension, stretch tape around the object, overlapping each layer by 1/2" and wrap over itself to fuse. Wrap completely over problem area and cut the tape once finished.
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How to use Leak Seal Self Fusing Silicone Tape?
Step 1 – Dry the substrate before applying the tape. Place the tape on the problem area, hold firmly and stretch (with tension) around the object.
Step 2 – Continue to stretch the tape, overlapping each layer by ½” and wrap over itself to fuse.
Step 3 – Wrap completely over the problem area and cut the tape once finished. Press the end firmly into place. To remove, carefully cut with scissors or knife.
Properties of Rust-Oleum Leak Seal Self Fusing Silicone Tape
|Operating Temperature Range Continuous||50°F to 400°F (-45°C to 200°C)|
|Operating Temperature Range Intermittent||80°F to 500°F (-65°C to 260°C)|
|Specific Gravity||1.20 ± 0.03|
|Shore a Durometer Hardness
(Room Cured - 24 hours)
|55 ± 5|
|Tensile Strenght||700 psi min.|
|Bond Strength||2 lbs. min.|
|Adhesion, unwind||3 in. min.|
|Cold Brittle Point||-65°F (-54°C)|
|Water Absorption (by weight)||5% max.|
|Dielectric Strength||400Vpm min.|
|Dielectric Constant, 1kH3||2.95|
|Dissipation Factor, 1kH3||<0.0004|
|Volume Resistivity||1 x 1013 OHMs/cm|
|Safety Information||For additional information, see MSDS|
|Technical Data Sheet||Click here|