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Vinyl Electrical Tape
• Corrosion resistant
• Puncture resistant
• Works with epoxy
and polyurethane resin
• Primary insulation up to 600V
• Cable jacketing
• Harness cables
• Moisture protection
• Sticks to greasy surfaces
• Padding for odd shaped components
• Primary insulation up to 1kV
• Indoor and outdoor use
• Liner or linerless
• Primary insulation up to 69kV
• Moisture protection
• Rubber resin adhesive
• Bus bar insulation
• End sealing high voltage cables
The key to selecting the right electrical tape for your application.
There are some basic rules to follow when you’re selecting electrical tape.
• Vinyl backed tapes have a strong, flexible, abrasion resistant PVC backing which provide a barrier
from moisture and corrosive elements. They are often the first and most economical choice for
primary and secondary insulation.
• Mastic tapes offer excellent adhesion and sealing characteristics to metals, rubbers, synthetic cable
insulations and jackets. They provide UV resistance and are designed for outdoor conditions because
they quickly and easily resist moisture.
• Rubber tapes are designed for use in splicing and terminating wires and cables with options rated
up to 69kV. They have excellent physical and electrical properties and are ideal for adding moisture
protection and padding to electrical connections and cables.
3M offers more than just vinyl electrical tapes. In fact, the portfolio of 3M electrical tapes includes full lines of mastic
and rubber tapes designed to help you work efficiently and safely. No matter the job, there is a 3M tape for you.