3M™ Venture Tape™ Non-Adhesive Film Faced ASJ Facing 1541N is a 9 mil white polypropylene film, scrim and foil laminated facing that acts as an uncoated, mold-resistant facing for all service jacket (ASJ) faced duct piping systems. The facing applies easily and excels in demanding temperature conditions.
Performs Well Over a Wide Temperature Range
3M™ Venture Tape™ Non-Adhesive Film Faced ASJ Facing 1541N is a mold-resistant, tri-directional reinforced facing that excels in demanding temperature conditions. It is comprised of a film/scrim/foil laminated backing, which is flexible and conforms to irregular surfaces and curves. Meets ASTM C1136 Type I, II, III, IV and ASTM E84 10/30 FLAME/SMOKE.
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