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Performix PLASTI DIP Liquid Electric Tape BLACK 6oz Spray

Performix PLASTI DIP

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Liquid Tape
Electrical Spray-on Insulation

Liquid Electrical Tape Insulation

Liquid Tape is an air dry synthetic rubber coating for use as electrical tape and insulation that can be easily brushed on. This flexible coating exhibits excellent protection from acid, alkaline, abrasion and dielectric resistance as well as sealing out moisture and salt permanently. Liquid Tape has the strongest dielectric protection on the market; 1,200 v/mil, 5 – 7 mils per coat. This rubber based coating will not harden, unravel or become brittle in extreme weather conditions like the competitors' vinyl based product. Applications include electrical connections for boats, trailers, RV's, Trucks, automobiles, timers, pool electrical, bilge pumps, sprinkler pump, instruments, computers, switches, and will stop screws from vibrating loose. Use to insulate, protect and color code. Available in 4 oz Brush-In-Cap Carded.

Surface Preparation: Wires, terminals or all other surfaces must be clean, dry, and free of all oils, grease, wax and loose rust.

Landscape Lighting
Outlet boxes
Circut Boards
Underground Wires
Valves / Actuators
Alarms / Sirens
Junction boxes Sleeves for LEDS

The 4 oz. brush-in-cap container colors come in Black and Red.
The 6 oz. aerosol container comes in Black and Clear only.

HINTS: Allow 4 hours dry time per coat before use. Allow overnight drying whenever possible. Avoid excessive air movement, heat or humidity. Always use proper ventilation and protection.

Stir gently with brush applicator cap to avoid producing bubbles before each use. Apply wet overlapping coats. Allow 10-20 minutes dry time (dry to touch) before applying additional coats to desired thickness. A minimum of 2-3 coats are recommended for best results. Allow 24 hours to fully cure.

Caution: Turn off power before starting electrical work and follow your local electrical codes. Minimal 2 coats required (5+ mils) to assure good dielectric protection.

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