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  • Scotch® Self-Fusing Silicone Rubber Electrical Tape 70

    3M ID B00011950
    • Silicone rubber backing and highly conformable, silicone adhesive
    • Withstands temperatures up to 356 °F (180 °C)
    • RoHS 2011/65/EU Compliant
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    Specifications
    Attribute Name
    Value
    Adhesive Type
    Non-adhesive
    Application
    Electrical Maintenance, Insulation, Sealing
    Application/Industry
    Appliance and Fixture, Automotive and Marine, Commercial Construction, Industrial Construction, Irrigation, Maintenance and Repair Operations, Mining, Solar, Utility, Wind Power
    Brand
    Scotch®
    Color Family
    Gray
    Dielectric Strength
    34 kV/mm
    Elongation at Break
    450 %
    Features
    Chemical-resistant, Self-sticking, UV-resistant
    Maximum Operating Temperature (Celsius)
    180 Degree Celsius
    Maximum Operating Temperature (Fahrenheit)
    356 Degree Fahrenheit
    National Stock Number
    5970012765277, 5970015923238
    Overall Length (Imperial)
    30 ft
    Overall Length (Metric)
    9.1 m
    Overall Width (Imperial)
    1 in
    Overall Width (Metric)
    25.4 mm
    Product Color
    Gray, Sky Blue
    Rolls per Carton
    1
    Rolls per Case
    24
    Shelf Life
    5 Year
    Specifications Met
    AA-59163 Class-I Type I, ASTM D-1000-76, ASTM D-495-71, RoHS 2011/65/EU
    Tape Grade
    Professional
    Tensile Strength (Metric)
    82.7 kPa
    Details
    • Silicone rubber backing and highly conformable, silicone adhesive
    • Withstands temperatures up to 356 °F (180 °C)
    • RoHS 2011/65/EU Compliant

    Scotch® Tape 70 is a 12 mil thick, premium grade, electrical tape with silicone rubber backing. This tape is used as a base tape layer for easy re enter connections. It withstands temperatures up to 356 °F (180 °C).

    This Scotch® Self Fusing Silicone Rubber Electrical Tape 70 is used as a protective overwrap for terminating high voltage cables.