- This tape maintains high temperature resistance to 500F.
- This tape offers extremely high electrical strength in volts per mil.
- Material is chemically inert, thin and conformable
- FEP tape is weather resistant, stable and non-toxic.
CS Hyde Optically Clear PTFE FEP Tape With Silicone Adhesive, 1 inch x 5 yards
|Price:||$13.64 ($13.64 / rolls) & FREE Shipping on orders over $35. Details|
Specifications for this item
|Brand Name||CS Hyde|
|Material Type||PTFE (Polytetrafluoroethylene)|
|LowerTemperature Range||-100 Degrees Fahrenheit|
|Upper Temperature Range||400 Degrees Fahrenheit|
|Number of Items||1|
|Outside Diameter||3.5 inches|
|Overall Length||5 yards|
|Overall Width||1 inches|
|System of Measurement||Inch|
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Top Customer Reviews
The tape is strong for it's thickness and the adhesive forms a good bond that can be removed but has not released through wear and tear. The tape is quite thin and this makes it difficult to apply, cut cleanly, and given my application a reasonable life. Given the properties of Teflon I had hoped for better results but PTFE is not the same as FEP and I'm uncertain what this tape truly is.
The cost I paid for this tape makes this a good deal especially when applied in smaller than 1" x 0.5" sections the supply will last a long time. The difference between this tape and the stock mouse sliders was noticeable and I recommend it for this application. I look forward to testing other applications for this tape.
The tape is too thin and the slippery part seem to wear out very quickly when used on a wooden desk.
For mouse tape buy this instead, it's much better (but only 0.5" wide): http://www.amazon.com/CS-Hyde-Teflon-Mouse-Color/dp/B003DZ16X4/ref=pd_sbs_indust_1
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Not high temp as stated. if you use at 400f you can see it melting.
I would use 3m, nitto denko or St gobain
Works well for the use case I had of reducing friction between a door and rubber seal. The problem is that you get so incredibly little tape! Read morePublished 16 months ago by J. Morales
was not as useful as I hoped. I bought it for a difficult task, however that failed...Published 17 months ago by Jairo Bambang Oetomo