Monday, May 5, 2014

Scotch Color Coding Tape 690 Red, 48 mm x 66 m

You tend to think tape is tape.  Sometimes that is true.  I put a piece of this tape on a glass and then ran water over it.  Then I immersed the glass for 15 minutes.  The tape was still on the glass!  I am postulating that it will hold well in conditions that are more intense than normal tape.  The cost is pretty high at $21.00 at Amazon but if you need something to adhere under stressful conditions, this may be the ticket.

From the vendor: 
Scotch® Color Coding Tape 690 is a UPVC backing with rubber resin adhesive.
Multiple tape colors designed for differentiation, long aging, moisture and chemical resistant for packaging, color coding or temporary holding applications.
Multiple colors for packaging applications.
Adheres to wide variety of surfaces.

Decorative colored film tape with durable Paklon(tm) backing and rubber resin adhesive. Moisture and chemical resistant. Used for various packaging applications such as color coding, bag sealing, combining, and attaching.
Adhesive Type Natural Rubber
Backing Material UPVC Film
Backing Thickness 1.5 mil
Brand Scotch
Breaking Strength 45 Percent
Color Red, Green, Yellow, White, Blue, Black
Core Size 3 Inch
Elongation 45 Percent
Industries Medical, General Industrial, Retail, Electronics, Food and Beverage, Consumer Goods
Length 72.17 Linear Yard, 72.18 Linear Yard
Length (Metric) 66 m
Performance Level Specialty
Product Form Roll
Tensile Strength lb/in (N/100 mm) 35 (613)
Thickness 2.3 mil
Thickness (Metric) 0.05 mm
Total Thickness 2.3 mil
Width 0.94 Inch, 0.47 Inch, 0.35 Inch, 1.88 Inch
Width (Metric) 9 mm, 48 mm, 24 mm, 12 mm

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