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This item: 3M Performance Plus Nuclear Duct Tape, Slate Blue, 48-Millimeter by 54.8-Meter
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|Dimensions||8.33 inches x 20.46 inches x 13.76 inches||8.5 inches x 16.18 inches x 10.88 inches||1.94 inches x 6.63 inches x 6.63 inches||8.33 inches x 20.46 inches x 13.76 inches|
8979N provides clean removal with little or no sticky adhesive residue for up to 6 months. Sunlight/UV and Water Resistant. Lasts 1 year without degrading. Tape construction consists of high tensile cloth and aggressive adhesive.
The 3M 48-millimeter-by-54-meter slate blue performance plus nuclear duct tape is designed for permanent and temporary use and can be applied both indoors and outdoors. It offers clean removal with little or no adhesive residue from most opaque surfaces up to six months after application. The slate blue color makes it ideal for use in nuclear tape facilities and it is certified for low leachable halogens and sulfur. It also provides sunlight and UV resistance for up to one year without the backing deteriorating or delaminating. This product is especially ideal for applications in the shipbuilding, nuclear power plant and stainless steel industries. The tape is 13 milli-inches thick, and measures 48- millimeters-by-54-meters (WxL).
This is the best duct tape u can buy sticks very good in all types of weather expensive tho but worth itPublished 6 months ago by Dennis P. Weisbruch
We use a whole bunch on a recent trip to Chernobyl. Worked great!Published 11 months ago by Doctor Right
I'd like to tell you a story. I used to work at a nuclear power plant.
It was the 26th of April, 1986 and a disaster was just underway. Read more
The nature of this product is mundane at best, more often critical, and it shouldn't be treated as a joke. Read morePublished on March 31, 2013 by PoePhreak
Think about it - tape made to make the Nuclear Regulatory Commission happy or tape made to keep NASCAR cars running? Read morePublished on November 27, 2012 by lomein
Stop with the corny joke reviews, please! ....Just Stop! Some of us would like to get real, usable information for such an (apparently) overpriced product.Published on October 28, 2012 by Amazon Customer
while working in Soviet Russia I encountered slight problems with leaky pipes and such. then reactor core four started to split, i covered it with Duct tape and left work that... Read morePublished on June 28, 2012 by Mic_94
This is superb stuff. It turns "No! No! Oh god please no!" into "Hmmff! Hmmff! Hff mff hnnn hmmff!!" with an ease other gaffa tapes can only dream of.Published on April 14, 2012 by Rich
I was lucky enough to have a roll of this tape on me when I found myself on a nuclear testing site in the '50s. Read morePublished on February 5, 2012 by K. Gray