Note: Both tapes in image shown are clear. Neither have white backing. Different angle of tape on the right makes it appear to have the white backing. This only comes in clear.
Polyurethane Protective Tapes couple an extremely tough and durable thermoplastic elastomer with an acrylic adhesive in a self adhering tape construction that can be quickly and easily applied to form a long lasting protective surface for your product and/or equipment. It combines a number of unique properties that make the product extremely effective at preventing damage caused by abrasion, erosion, minor impact, and fluids.
WARNING: The product may contain and/or expose you to a chemical(s) or substance(s) which are known to the State of California to cause cancer and/or birth defects or other reproductive harm. www.P65Warnings.ca.gov
Transparent or Glossy Black
0.006 inch (0.15 mm) Film
0.002 inch (0.06 mm) Adhesive
Total thickness 0.008 inch (0.21 mm)
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Required 10 rolls for reselling in aviation field am I registered delalers in An Authorized Govt.e, precurments site as regularly supplying
Pricewise, one is better off buying it from the OEM.
Would give 4 stars because of price. I can’t because it works really well when you use 3M adhesive promoter with it.
Very quick delivery
This worked perfect for us and brought our aircraft back up to FMC. Quick shipping and tracking worked well for us. Thanks
I applied the 4 gloss black to the leading edges of my Cherokee wings and tail. Looks great and makes bug clean up a breeze. The gloss black makes it look like there are fake de-icers on the leading edges. It can be a serious challenge to apply (wish it was thicker) but it looks great once you get it down and bubbles removed the syringe as directed.
Worked great, rep got us what we needed fast and easy. Looking forward to needing more material support and coming your way
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The tape is translucent / clear, but is not crystal clear and shiny.
The tape will have a liner on the backing, which is either brown, white or clear. You can peel the backing off and the tape will have adhesive to stick on a clean surface. The items in the accessory tab can be used to help apply the tape, and help with adhesion, but is not necessary.
There isn't a written document with removal procedures for this tape, but in general, if the tape does not peel right off, a scrapper is used to get the tape off, then an adhesive remover cleaner is used to take off any adhesive left on the surface, then a solvent/cleaner, to clean and prep the surface for the new tape.
It is not recommended to be used on propellers. The 8561 has been used on some experimental propellers. The Prop Guard products we offer are better suited for propellers.
Unfortunately part # 09-01639 is no longer manufactured and we cannot supply it.
It ships as a continuous length of feet ordered.
It can be installed over vinyl but it may damage or remove if you needed to remove it.
It is not FAA approved.