|For Maximum Voltage:||600 V|
|Overall Width:||3⁄4 in|
|Overall Thickness:||0.007 in|
|Overall Length:||66 ft|
|Adhesion Strength:||15.8 oz/in|
|Adhesive Thickness:||0.02 mm|
|Backing Thickness:||0.155 mm|
|Core Diameter:||38 mm|
|Dielectric Strength:||1,000 V/mil|
|Elongation at Break:||100 %|
|Indoor or Outdoor Use:||Indoor or Outdoor|
|Maximum Application Temperature:||221 ° F|
|Maximum Operating Temperature:||221 ° F|
|Minimum Application Temperature:||0 ° F|
|Minimum Operating Temperature:||0 ° F|
|Number of Adhesive Sides:||1|
|Package Type:||Shrink Wrap|
|Product Form:||Continuous Roll|
|Roll Diameter:||80 mm|
|Shelf Life:||1 yr|
|Tensile Strength:||15.4 lb/in|
Compliance and Restrictions
- Warning: This product contains a chemical known to the State of California to cause birth defects or other reproductive harm.
- Warning: This product contains a chemical known to the State of California to cause cancer.
Country Of Origin
- Taiwan, Republic of China
About Electrical Tape
Also known as insulating tape, electrical tape can be used to splice, bind, repair, and insulate wires, cables, and other items that conduct electricity. This tape typically resists moisture, corrosion, and abrasion and comes in a variety of colors for identifying wires in an electrical circuit. Electrical tape is stretchy enough to conform to most objects. Choose a tape with a temperature and voltage rating that suits your application.
This electrical tape has a durable, flame-resistant backing and can be used in applications where exposure to high temperatures is a concern.