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Window airtight tape with adhesive free intermediate space and sectioned pull-off liner made of tear-proof polyethylene foil. The ideal adhesive tape for airtight taping in the window area. -No adhesive in the window cavity -Split, removable liner
€49.82 (Each) Incl. VAT
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Modified acrylic adhesive with thread inlay on synthetic fibre paper. Adhesive tape with adhesivefree intermediate space and sectioned pull-off liner made of tear-proof polyethylene foil. The ideal adhesive tape for airtight taping in the window area.
- No adhesive in the window cavity
- Split, removable liner
- For external window installation, use the system product Ampacoll® XT 60 mm, double slit
|Roll dimensions:||25 m x 60 mm|
|Carton contents:||10 rolls = 250 m1|
|Pallet details:||34 cartons|
|Storage time:||2 years|
|Storage conditions:||cool and dry|
|Working temperature range:||above -5 °C|
|Temp. withstand range:||-30 to +90 °C|
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The surfaces to be bonded must be clean, dry, and free of dust and grease.
Adhesive-free area and narrow adhesive zone
Thanks to the adhesive-free area, Ampacoll® FE is easy to use in the corner areas (window / reveal). The narrow adhesive zone is stuck to the window frame. The tear-resistant liner can always be easily pulled off, even in tight corners.
Wide adhesive zone
Fix Ampacoll® FE in the corner in such a way that the wide adhesion zone can be glued after removing the second liner. The split liner allows for prefabrication to be carried out in the workshop and subsequent completion of the bonding process at the construction site.
Innovation in adhesive technology
Ampacoll® FE is a synthetic fiber paper using scrims, on one side of which a modified acrylic adhesive has been applied. Ampacoll® FE has an adhesive-free strip and a split, removable polythene cover film. Thanks to the adhesive-free zone, Ampacoll® FE can absorb shear forces caused by moving components, without the tape coming away. A real advantage in timber construction.
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