FSK Tape

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Price: $12.98
Unit Of Measure:
Per Roll (150ft Long)

FSK Tape is foil that that is reinforced with scrim for increased tear strength.  FSK is an acronym for Foil / Scrim / Kraft (paper) and is also known as FRK which stands for Foil Reinforced Kraft.  FSK tape is available in 3" or 4" wide rolls. 

FSK insulation tape is a maximum strength tape used by insulators for installation of Fiberglass FSK Duct Wrap, Fiberglass FSK Faced Board, Roxul Enerwrap, and any other FSK faced product.

Roll Length: 50 yards
Adhesive Activation: Pressure
Width: 3" or 4"

Made in America!

Unit Of Measure:
Per Roll (150ft Long)
  • 5
    Really good tape

    Posted by Marcos on 2nd Aug 2021

    Really good tape

  • 5
    Great tape, works well

    Posted by Unknown on 20th Jan 2020

    We use this tape to seal reflective foam board. It works much better than some if the other products out there at the big box stores.

  • 2
    Misleading product photo

    Posted by Unknown on 12th Jan 2018

    The product received was not the same as depicted in the photo. Not a 3M Venture tape product. They ship orders from different warehouses and product consistency cannot be guaranteed. This was not known to me and nor was there proper product information provided (datasheet, etc.).

    *I apologize for any confusion our outdated photo may have caused. We have updated the images to not include any branding. If anyone needs a specific brand tape please contact us to specify ~ BIP

  • 5
    4" FSK Tape

    Posted by John D. on 1st Mar 2017

    I found this 4" Glass Scrim Foil tape to be exceptionally good. It has a really strong adhesive and it bends to contours well. The tape cut well and doesn't leave frayed fibers from the scrim mesh.

  • 5
    A must have for passing inspection

    Posted by Robert on 7th Apr 2015

    A few rolls to pass inspection around those fire dampers, inspection doors and manual levers in duct work. Seals well and hides those imperfections on foil roll insulation. I always have a few extra on hand after the sheetrock guys come through for when the manipulate, tear or just completely mess up your perfect wrap job.