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Permanently plastic, self-adhesive round tape for sealing overlaps on bodywork
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Excellent adhesive property
The tape is highly adhesive and has excellent permanent bonding power on a wide variety of surfaces, e.g. metal, plastic, wood, stone etc.
Good resistance to UV, weather and water
Can also be used outdoors and withstands rain and any other weather conditions (not suitable for use under water).
Resistant to ageing and high temperatures
Impervious to vapour diffusion
The sealing tape forms a water-tight seal and prevents moisture from penetrating the bodywork.
Noise-damping and vibration-damping
Solvent-free and silicone-free
Universal use for sealing overlaps and screw connections in the vehicle sector, container and caravan construction, e.g.:
It can also be used for general sealing tasks to provide protection against dust, moisture and vibrations in the electrical, machinery and construction industries as well as in air-conditioning and ventilation technology, e.g.:
Between screwed parts, seam areas, joints, all kinds of housings and pipe fractures.
The surfaces to be sealed must be dry, load-bearing and free from grease and dust. The processing temperature should not be below +5°C. Absorbent and porous surfaces must be pre-treated with Würth butyl/bitumen primer (art. no. 0892875). The round bodywork tape must be carefully pressed onto the surface. Pressing the sealing surfaces together results in a perfect seal. Butyl has a "cold flow" tendency (flow characteristic of the tape). Butyl products should therefore always be secured mechanically, e.g. screwing the parts, applying a press-on profile. Using excessive contact pressure on the profile will cause the sealing compound to be "pushed out". Never compress butyl products to the zero point (use the supplied washer as a spacer).
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