PVC Tape (Z Tape)
Brand : Proto / JM
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- Per Roll
PVC Tape is a 5 mil white vinyl insulation tape which provides excellent adhesion, even when applied during cold or humid weather. Our white vinyl tape is flexible polyvinyl chloride film, coated with a specially formulated adhesive. PVC tape can be applied indoors at temperatures as low as -40 degrees to achieve a strong, permanent bond. Insulators use PVC Tape to create an air-tight seal on PVC fitting covers and to seal the overlap joints of PVC jacketing.
White PVC Insulation Tape is highly recommended for cold and chilled piping where a vapor barrier must be maintained to avoid condensation issues. Order today or contact us to learn more about our tape for PVC pipes.
Length: 108 feet
*Our PVC sealant tape is also available in transparent Clear PVC Vinyl Tape for Color PVC
I used this tape to wrap joints in PVC wrap for fiberglass insulating sleeves on heating/cooling ducts. It is 2 inches wide and has a strong adhesive.
Tape is good quality and easy to tape up elbows. One thing to consider, if you have tight spaces, you may be better off using the tacks rather than the tape. I had a few such spaces and took some work to get the tape fully around the elbow, wish I had gone with the tacks instead. In the end was able to get it work and satisfied with the end product.
Stuck very good, same color as the PVC elbows and pipe insulation. Looked great when finished
Sticks well, applies easily and cleanly. I would recommend getting the widest available tape if you plan on taping pipe insulation joints as jacketing on the insulation is sometimes ~1/2" shorter than the insulation. Wider tape makes it easy to cover without having to run back and forth and add extra visible tape seams.
Great product. Easy to use
This tape is essential to close and seal fitting covers. It gives the job a professional look.
What can I say? It's tape. It's white. It DOES provide a good finish to your PVC fittings install, and sticks well to both the fitting and your insulation, sealing the joint. I'd recommend you use the wider tape, you will save on tape in the long run.
With regards to the company selling it, they ship fast, and their orders are accurate. Excellent!
*Adam, thanks for all the great reviews! ~ BIP