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Plymouth Colored Vinyl Weather Resistant Electrical Tape 3/4" x 60'

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Color: Green
Package Option: 1 Piece

Plymouth Colored Vinyl Weather Resistant Electrical Tape 3/4" x 60'

A 7 mil (0,18mm) Lead-free commercial-grade, weather-resistant, pressure-sensitive vinyl tape for all kinds of mechanical and electrical applications. Revere is flame-retardant and can be used as primary insulation for splices at not more than 600 volts. Used for general splicing purposes. Provides a protective outer jacket for splices at higher voltages. Can be used for wrapping wire harnesses and insulating degaussing coils.

Color Options:
3898 (GREEN)
3899 (YELLOW)
3900 (RED)
3901 (BLUE)
3902 (WHITE)
3903 (BROWN)
3904 (ORANGE)
3905 (GREY)
3119 (BLACK)

Thickness: .007"
Tensile Strength: 20 lbs/in
Elongation: 220%
Adhesion to Steel: 20 oz/in
Adhesion to Backing: 20 oz/in
Flammability: .10" max
Temparature Rating: 80 Deg C Max; -10 Deg C Min
Dielectric Strength
Standard: 8500 V
Wet: 6300 V
Dielectric Constant: 3.2
Power Factor: .07

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