Ecoaer FI-D Window Tape Red PP & AC Strip 100mm x 30mtr
Synergie FI-D Window Tape (Internal, Slightly Stretchable)
Synergie FI-D window tape is the most cost competitive fleece tape in the market.
It is a universal tape for indoor use. With an Sd value of Sd 40 it helps control vapour diffusion. It adapts to all types of surfaces and can be plastered over.
The tape has a single 25mm adhesive strip for attaching to the edge of the window/door frame, which will achieve a very strong bond after it has been rolled in using the Pressing Roller. The other side of the tape is plain for applying the Synergie Acrylic Adhesive or Synergie MSP MS Polymer Sealant Adhesive paste.
We recommend that a 6-8mm bead of adhesive is applied to the substrate before gently laying the tape on top of the bead of adhesive. The corners are then sealed with grey fleece Repair tape 60mm, or a strong bead of Synergie Acrylic Adhesive or Synergie MSP MS Polymer Sealant Adhesive paste, to guarantee an airtight seal.
The FI-D tape can be used for masonry and wooden surfaces, such as solid wood, laminate, OSB, plywood etc.
The tape is stocked in three widths, 100mm, 150mm and 200mm and comes in rolls 30 metres in length.
Important factors to be considered when choosing an adhesive tape;
- Temperature: the adhesives on the tape form an immediate bond but develop their maximum strength over a period of 24 hours. The minimum temperature required for the adhesive to form an immediate minimum adhesive bond is -10 degrees C. Therefore, the lower the temperature the slower the immediate bonding reaction. Once the tape has been applied the process will develop its maximum adhesive bond as the temperature rises.
- Cleaning the Surface: it is essential that the surface to be adhered to is clean and dry, since any residues of water, humidity, frost, grease, dust or dirt will prevent the adhesive tape from adhering to the surface. Damp and/or dusty substrates can play havoc during the installation phase. After the substrate has been thoroughly cleaned (brushed down) the dry substrate can be stabilized using Synergie Spray Primer, allowed to dry, so that the adhesive tape can be successfully applied.
- Pressing on the adhesive Tape: another essential factor for the perfect adhesion to the surface is to press on the adhesive tape after it has been laid; the more you press on the tape the more the acrylic glue penetrates the fibres of the membrane or the pores of the surfaces to be sealed, increasing its immediate adhesive strength and its strength over time. For best results, using the Pressing Roller for laying the tapes, is recommended.
|Total Weight||160 g/m2|
|UV resistance||3 months|
|Water Vapour Sd value||40m|