Form secure seals and make long-lasting repairs with foil tape. It reflects light and heat and resists UV rays, weathering, and moisture to maintain a strong hold. Typically used on metal surfaces, foil tape adheres strongly to clean, dry surfaces and flexes to conform to curves or uneven areas. It's commonly used to seal seams on ducts and foil-jacketed insulation, to repair metal panels and roofs, to bond electrical parts, and to assemble and repair cars, airplanes, and appliances.
Handle a range of sealing, holding, splicing, and masking applications with aluminum tape. This highly reflective tape is an excellent thermal conductor, so it's commonly used to shield temperature-sensitive components from heat and to seal HVAC ductwork for more efficient heating and cooling.
ASJ Tape — Acrylic Adhesive, Linered
EMI Shielding — Acrylic Adhesive, Linered
Extreme Temperature — Acrylic Adhesive, Linered
Shurtape AF 100
Shurtape AF 975
Extreme Temperature — Acrylic Adhesive, Self-Wound
Extreme Temperature — Silicone Adhesive, Linered
Extreme Temperature — Silicone Adhesive, Self-Wound
FSK Tape — Rubber Adhesive, Linered
General Purpose — Rubber Adhesive, Linered
Shurtape AF 912
Shurtape AF 973
Printed UL — Acrylic Adhesive, Linered
Sound Dampening — Acrylic Adhesive, Linered
Copper foil tape maintains point-to-point electrical contact for bonding, shielding, repairing, and grounding electrical components. Copper foil tape with a conductive adhesive maintains electrical contact on both sides of the tape for tasks like repairing or modifying circuit boards. Copper foil tape with a nonconductive adhesive directs a current only along the copper conductor while protecting sensitive parts from static discharge and securing parts for soldering.
Conductive Adhesive, Linered
Conductive Adhesive, Self-Wound
Nonconductive Adhesive, Linered
Highly pliable lead tape fills in gaps and conforms to curves and rough textures to make full contact with surfaces for a strong bond. This tape can be used indoors and outdoors to protect materials against radiation, moisture, and dust. It's often used to shield against X-ray exposure, mask X-ray plates, and serve as an X-ray marker. It conducts heat and electricity and resists acids and bases, so it's also well suited for masking parts during electroplating and anodizing.
Rubber Adhesive, Linered
Nonmagnetic, corrosion-resistant stainless steel tape withstands wet or harsh environments such as marine facilities, food-processing areas, and nuclear power plants. It's typically used to seal and protect stainless steel surfaces.
Acrylic Adhesive, Self-Wound
Avoid the hassle of cutting tape to size by using these ready-to-apply precut foil tape shapes. They are ideal for taping or masking small parts or specific areas on surfaces in assembly and manufacturing processes.