Scotch Aluminum Foil Tape
Moisture, Can Be Used In Most Weather Conditions And At A Wide Variety Of Temperatures, Water Vapor And Smoke Transmission, Some Chemicals, Uv Degradation, Weather, Thermal Conductivity Helps Cooling And Heating Efficiency, Resists Flame, Improving
What We Like
- Ideal for temporary and emergency repair of metal surfaces
- Conformable backing allows adhesion to a variety of substrates
- Thermal conductivity helps cooling and heating efficiently
- Brown paper may stick to the tape
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What buyers say about Scotch Aluminum Foil Tape
It was easy to attach the dryer vent to the housing.
It works great for covering my motor with a piece of plastic and also for places where air was leaking from the duct work.
Is it possible to seal attic solar tubes with this and it will stick with high heat?
I have used this tape to seal off HVAC duct work, A/C evaporator furnace boxes, vent sealing, as well as HVAC system seal to prevent bugs, dust, dirt, etc., as well as hot and cold air leaks.
Will both sides be able to conduct electrical activity through the tape?
I used it for solar pipes, non flammable and very sticks.
Is it waterproof?
I wouldn't want it to waterproof, it's aluminum adhesive tape, so it you got it just right, I suppose it could be water repellant, but I wouldn't take it too far under water and expect it to hold up for a long time.
Will this tape stick to glass and plastic in a fridge?
Yes. It sticks well on the glass, but if the surfaces are well cleaned, you will be left with sticky residue, on the glass especially.
Can this be used as a insulator for the plastic tubing on the above ground propane tank which is used for heating propane stove in the house?
I would use black armaflex pipe insulation, but that is a bit expensive, for you I would just get foam insulation for pipes, 1/2 inch thickness at Lowes or Home Depot, and this should do the job.