Waterproof adhesive strip 095110360
resilientpolypropylenebutyl

waterproof adhesive strip
waterproof adhesive strip
waterproof adhesive strip
waterproof adhesive strip
waterproof adhesive strip
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Characteristics

Type
waterproof, resilient
Material
butyl, polypropylene
Product applications
for interior, for partition walls, wood flooring

Description

The wedi Tools tub sealing tape consists of a TPE-coated polypropylene fleece equipped with a butyl strip. It is used for reliable sealing of bathtubs and shower trays made from steel enamel, acrylic or similar. Stable, rigid lengthwise and elastic crosswise joint sealing membrane Type - TPE coated polypropylene fleece with butyl strip Colour - grey Total width - 120 mm Coating width - Butyl strip 15 mm width Total thickness - 1,32 mm Weight - 60 g/m Maximum longitudinal tensile strength - approx. 104 N / 15 mm Maximum lateral tensile strength - approx. 23 N / 15 mm Elongation at break, longitudinal - ca. 70% Elongation at break, lateral - approx. 335% Resistance to water pressure (1.5 bar) - > 1,5 bar Resistant to chemicals - acc. to ZDB data sheet Water impermeability - acc. to ZDB data sheet UV resistance - > 500 h Temperature resistance - -30°C / +90°C For secure sealing of tubs and shower trays made of steel, enamel, acrylic or similar. When sealing, the wedi Tools tub sealing membrane must be bonded onto the tub or shower tray with the butyl strip, and pressed on evenly. The surface seal is attached to the wall using wedi 610 or wedi 520. In the case of installation with wedi 610, the tub sealing membrane should be pressed evenly into the adhesive bed with a roller. In the case of bonding with wedi 520, the front and rear side of the sealing membrane should be embedded in filler. Store in a cool, dry place and protect from sunlight.

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