INCOM 6" x 54' Hazard Warning Laminated Tape
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- 2.00 LBS
- 6.00 (in)
- 6.00 (in)
- 3.00 (in)
- Calculated at Checkout
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We take our PVC Hazard Marking Tape and apply a durable, clear laminating film on top. The smooth gloss finish will resist wear and is easily cleaned. The over lamination improves the ability of the tape to withstand heavy abrasion. The gloss surface also adds a premium “finished” look to your application. Rolls available in both 18 and 36 yard lengths. 8 rolls per case for all available colors under size 6" x 54'.
Application: Our general purpose PVC tape products are a great choice for floor aisle marking No Liner - Tape Is Self Wound and color-coding pipe banding applications. Tape is overlaminated with a clear SPVC laminated for excellent durability. The 8 MIL PVC tape is formulated with a cross linked rubber adhesive providing good adhesive tack and flow, making it a good choice for most industrial applications.
Adhesive: Crosslinked Rubber Adhesive
Carrier: SPVC Vinyl (8 mil)
Surface Application: Minimum application temperature 80C (450 F) Operational temperature -530C (-650 F) to 930C (2000 F) Surface must be clean, dry, smooth and free from dust, dirt, grease and oils.
Shelf Life: One year from date of purchase when stored at 700 F, 50% relative humidity.
Safety Note: Laminated tape products have a smooth slick surface that will become particularly slippery when wet. Please take this into consideration when choosing this product for your intended application.
Available Color Combination:
LWT610 - Yellow/Black
LWT611 - Red/White
LWT612 - Blk/White
LWT613 - Grn/White
LWT614 - Yel/Magenta
WARNING: Cancer and Reproductive Harm
California Proposition 65 Compliance Policy
Proposition 65, officially known as the Safe Drinking Water and Toxic Enforcement Act, was enacted in California in 1986. The Act requires that anyone in the course of doing business who exposes an individual in California to a chemical “known to the State” to cause cancer or reproductive toxicity must first give a “clear and reasonable” warning.
To learn more about California Proposition 65, officially known as the “Safe Drinking Water and Toxic Enforcement Act of 1986”, please see the website: www.P65Warnings.ca.gov