Self Adhesive Tape Flashing Bitumen Band Waterproofing MembraneGeneral
Vehicle maintenance and repair, sealing around pipes and tanks, repairs to weatherproof enclosures, sealing over wood, concrete brick most metals and some plastics.
6.As customers' requirement
Do not apply to very cold frosted surfaces. Trim the materials to the required length/shape allowing an overlap of at least 25 cm where the material is to be joined.On stepped flashing begin at the lowest level and work upwards.
Warming the tape using gentle indirect heat will help the adhesion and make the tape more workable in cold temperatures.Ensure that there are no air pockets.Apply even pressure over the entire surface using a non-abrasive tool e.g. cloth or hand roller.Take care not to stretch or puncture the foil during application.
Flashing & Sealing to felt asphalt and bitumen surfaces, flashing of conservatories and porches, roof skirtings and parapet joints, sealing of skylights, vents, pipes, window sills and other openings, repair bandage for gutters and roofs, sealing glazing bars, cappings and protective coverings.
|NO PENETRATIVE SPOTS|| |
|SMOOTH,NO HOLE,NO SHORT|| |
|IMPERVIOUSNESS||≥ 120 min||≥0.3 Mpa||IMPERVIOUS|
|MAX TEMPERATURE||NO AIRBELLS,NO SLIP||80 ºC/240 min||NO-SLIP|
|LOW TEMPERATURE||NO CRACK||-29ºC/240min||NO CRACK|
|6||PACKAGE AND MARK||Mark should complete,use artwork or shrink warp in rolls.|
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A. We have our own inspection system according to corporate standards, which is stricter than national standards.
B. We will provide you with a sample according to your will so you will be able to see and test the quality of the product before deciding to place the order.
2. Can we ask sample to check before bulk quantity?
Of course, we can send you some samples. Most samples are free, but sometimes we will take small sample fees.
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We have our own factory, so the price can be competitive with high quality
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