Duct tape is a cloth tape coated with a poly-ethylene resin on one side and very sticky rubber-based adhesive on the other. Unlike other tapes, the fabric backing gives duct tape strength yet allows it to be easily torn. Duct tape is also very malleable and can adhere to a wide variety of surfaces.
Duct tape is designed for different applications based on its grade. The grade is determined by the combination of adhesive type and the strength of the backing material. The strength of the cloth fabric depends on the number of threads it contains; this number determines the rip strength of the cloth. For example, military grade tape has a 40-lb (18-kg) rip strength while the strength of less expensive tapes is in the 20-lb (9-kg) range.
While it was primarily designed for use in air ducts and similar applications, consumers have found a broad range of uses for this popular product. It can be used for a number of household repair jobs, as a fastener instead of screws or nails, and in car maintenance. Contact us to place your order today!
8 mil thickness will stand up to wind, weather and the harshest elements in any application.
Industrial-Strength adhesive backing allows for a long-lasting tape product.
Ideal For Use With Our String & Woven Reinforced Poly & Scaffold Wrap.