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3M SCOTCH SUPER 33 VINYL TAPE
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ScotchTM Super 33+ Electrical Tape is a premium grade, 0.178mm thick, all-weather vinyl insulating tape. It is designed to perform continuously in a temperature ambient of up to 105°C (220°F). The tape is conformable for cold weather application down to –18° (0°F). It has excellent resistance to abrasion, moisture, alkalies, acids, corrosion and varying weather conditions (including ultraviolet exposure). The combination of elastic backing and aggressive adhesive provides moisture-tight electrical and mechanical protection with minimum bulk. Super 33+ is an Underwriters’ Laboratories Listed and Canadian Standards Association Certified “Insulating Tape”. UL Listed; UL 510 Standard “Insulating Tape” (product category OANZ), File E129200. CSA Certification; Standard C22.2 No. 197-M1983 “PVC Insulating Tape” File LR 48769. VDE 0340 – Type K10. Polyvinyl chloride (PVC) backing. Pressure-sensitive rubber based adhesive. Compatible with solid dielectric cable insulations. Compatible with rubber and synthetic splicing compounds, as well as epoxy and polyurethane resins. Inhibits corrosion of electrical conductors. For indoor or outdoor applications.
Primary electrical insulation for all wire and cable splices rated up to 600V and 105°C (220°F). Primary electrical insulation for 600V bus applications and protective jacketing for low and high voltage bus. Protective jacketing for high voltage cable splices and repairs. Harnessing of wire and cables.
The tape is based on polyvinyl chloride (PVC) and/or its copolymers and has a rubber-based, pressure-sensitive adhesive. The tape shall be 0.178mm thick, and be UL Listed and marked per UL Standard 510 as “Flame Retardant Cold and Weather Resistant”. The tape must be applicable at temperatures ranging from –18°C through 38° (0°F though 100°F) without loss of physical properties. The tape shall be classified for use in both indoor and outdoor environments. The tape shall be compatible with synthetic cable insulations, jackets and splicing compounds. The tape will remain stable and will not telescope more than 2.5mm when maintained at temperatures below 50°C (120°F). Engineering/Architectural Speci