|Item Weight||0.8 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||3 x 0.8 x 3 inches|
|California residents||Click here for Proposition 65 warning|
|Item model number||6132-BA-10|
|Material||polyvinyl chloride (PVC) film|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Certification||UL510, CSA Standard C22.2 No.197?M1983|
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Scotch Super 33+ Vinyl Electrical Tape, .75-Inch x 66-Foot x 0.007-Inch
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- The tape's pressure-sensitive, rubber-resin adhesive and a durable PVC backing provide great protection
- Stands up to the elements: from UV rays and moisture to alkalis, acids and corrosion
- Tape dimensions: 3/4 in x 66 ft x 7 mil
- Black tape works great with rubber and synthetic splicing compounds
- Operates in temperatures ranging from 0 to 221 degrees F (-18 to 105 degrees C)
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Top Customer Reviews
I now only use scotch 33+ tape, or the Scotch 88 if I need a thicker tape (I usually use the 88 on my motorcycle and auto work since it's thicker and more protective against both moisture and heat/cold.)
When wrapped correctly I've never had it come off, it's simply excellent.
This tape is actually a standard used by the radio communications community on coaxial connectors placed on towers.
One tip: If you cut the "tape end" with scissors rather than stretch it until it breaks, the tape tends to not retract and come loose on the end of the splice after a few months. Other words; stretch the tape on to the splice as required EXCEPT right at the end of the tape run. If you use the "stretch cut" at the end of the tape, the "stretch tension" placed in the tape will tend to pull itself off the tape run and you get a loose piece of tape hanging from your splice which will only get longer over time. The last few inches should be placed gently and thoroughly after being cut with scissors.
Anyway, this 3M Super 33+ tape is good stuff.
If you want the best chance of Quality, unlike most "CCS" Cheap China Stuff) products, 3M is always the best quality and bang for the buck.
Per 3M techs: This Super 33+ is identical to the Super 88 Electrical Tape - Except the Super 88 is thicker by .023 mm which may not seem like much but you can definitly feel the difference when stretching a wrap on. The extra thickness means longer UV life.
If you want to seal out moisture and rain - 1st seal it with the 3M Scotch 2228 Rubber Mastic Tape, which basically bonds together when wrapped, then wrap the Super 33+ or the Super 88 (prefered all weather tape). This is why I gave this a 4 star and not a 5 star for UV applications
One other tip with the electrical tape application - don't stretch the last 2 or 3 wraps because the tension will give a better chance for it to come loose.
Hope this helps the all you DIYers (Do I Yourselfers)
The adhesion does break down after a few years but it still holds better then the rest.
Anyway, most of the time we use the cheaper walmart or homedepot brands but I decided to try a higher grade tape. It is completely worth it as it lasts longer and sticks to seemingly everything. It also seems a lot thicker and harder to rip than the average e-tape. This is definitely a good thing, especially when using it outside where it is exposed to the elements. This stuff wears like iron and stays stuck to what you want it to.
It is easier to have a knife or scissors to cut this as it is very tough tape. I have not tried it, but it is also flame retardent and provides a water-tight seal when pulling it tight enough, taking advatage of the stretch ability of the tape. For the price, it is completely worth it as one roll will last quite a while for everday chores around the house. It is absolutely second to none when using in the out-of-doors. Great stuff, I highly recommend over the cheaper tape.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Unlike some bulky electrical tapes I've used in the past, this tape is thin and very flexible. It holds well even to surfaces that aren't that clean.Published 10 days ago by Tyler
This is some of the best electrical tape you can find. It works great. As others have said, you will not go back to no-name electrical tape. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Michael
Scotch name brand.
I use this primarily to tape electric caps on wiring.