Vinyl NitrileFoam Tape seals HVAC, roof curbs, and pipes.
October 7, 2010 -
Preventing damaging leakage from HVAC systems and roofs, P8600 tape with high-tack adhesive features vinyl and nitrile foam blend suited for sealing, gasketing, shock absorption, and vibration dampening. Uniform closed cell structure resists absorption of water and other fluids and helps maintain permanent, positive seal. Also resistant to fire and chemicals, tape comes in widths from 1/8-48 in., thicknesses of 1/8-1 in., and lengths to 50 ft.
Pres-On Vinyl Nitrile Tape Seals HVAC, Roof Curbs and Pipes
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Pres-On Products, Inc.
2600 E. 107th Street
Bolingbrook, IL, 60440
Press release date: October 5, 2010
-- P8600 features durable closed cell blend for uniformity and stability --
ADDISON, IL -- Maintaining a permanent positive seal is critical to prevent damaging leakage from HVAC systems and roofs. To assure success in these applications Pres-On offers its P8600 foam tape with a high-tack adhesive.
P8600 tape features a vinyl and nitrile foam blend excellent for sealing, gasketing, shock absorption and vibration dampening. Its uniform closed cell structure resists absorption of water and other fluids, provides good load bearing qualities, and helps maintain a permanent positive seal for HVAC systems, roof curbs, weatherproofing, and for pipes when used as a thermal insulation wrap. It will also resist fire and chemicals.
Pres-On P8600 is available in convenient rolls of widths ranging from 1/8-inch to 48-inches, with thicknesses of 1/8-inch to 1-inch and lengths up to 50 feet.
For a free sample, call Pres-On at 800.690.8025 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. On the web visit www.preson.com.
ABOUT PRES-ON Founded in 1949, Pres-On is a leading manufacturer of adhesive coating, coated foam tape, mounting substrates, gaskets and cap liners serving customers worldwide in the industrial and consumer markets. Pres-On is based in Addison, Illinois.