TP2X50 series seam tape is ideally suited for use with Butyl Liquid Rubber. They quickly wet-out and saturate the fiber structure of the fleece backing. These properties ensure a true monolithic membrane which remains intact even under thermal shock conditions.
TYPE OF APPLICATIONS:
- Reinforcement of seams, cracks and penetrations on various roofing surfaces:
- Galvanized and painted Metal
- Single ply roofing
- Modified Bitumen
Butyl Liquid Rubber TP2X50 seam tape provides good elongation and maintains its elasticity at extremely low temperatures. It cannot be stretched in the uncoiling direction, but can be easily stretched or formed across the web. It has no elastic memory and will not creep, allowing it to remain exactly where it is placed. When used with Butyl Liquid Rubber, they provide strong, flexible repairs.
Butyl Liquid Rubber TP2X50 is easy to apply. Simply line up the two adjoining areas to be sealed, with the release paper still attached, then start removing the release paper from the underside and placing the membrane close to the desired position. It can then be worked into all cracks and crevices using your fingers, a blunt awl, or plastic knife.
Butyl Liquid Rubber TP2X50 seam tape is compatible with both solvent-based and water-based coatings.
AVERAGE TYPICAL PROPERTIES
|Solid Content (ASTM D1729-69):||99.8%|
|Tensile Strength (ASTM D-412):||35 PSI|
|Cold Temperature Flexibility:||Passes|
|Moisture Vapor Transmission:||.75 perms|
TP-2X50 = 2" x 50'
Clean up: Tools and equipment can be easily cleaned with mineral spirits.
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