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3M 2155 Temflex Rubber Splicing 22-ft UL Electrical Tape Gray (1-10 Pack)

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3M 2155 Temflex Rubber Splicing 22-ft UL Electrical Tape Gray (1-10 Pack)

3M Temflex 2155 Rubber Splicing Tape is a conformable self fusing rubber electrical insulating tape. It is designed for low voltage electrical insulating and moisture sealing applications. Temflex 2155 is Underwriters Laboratories (UL) Listed for use up to 600 volts. 


  • Low voltage rubber vinyl insulating tape
  • UL Listed for up to 600 volts
  • Resistant to split or crack when exposed to normal operating temperatures
  • Compatible with synthetic cable and wire insulations
  • Temflex 2155 tape should be overwrapped for mechanical protection with half-tapped layers of either 3M Vinyl Electrical Tape or Temflex 1755 Cotton Friction Tape
  • Color: Grey
  • 3/4 in x 22 ft x 0.030 in

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