Rubberized Fiberglass Tacky Cloth Gasket Fabric, Tape & Packing
High Temperature, Heat Resistant


White Rubber Coated "Tacky Cloth" High Temperature and Heat Resistant Gasket Fabric
·  "Tacky Cloth" is a fiberglass base with a special white rubber formulation that remains tacky.
·   Faced with a protective film that is removed before installation.
·   A wire inserted version has a twisted brass wire formed with the fill yarns, providing additional strength.
·   A dusted version is available (prevents self-sticking) and a red & black version.
Tuff-Flex High Temperature Tacky Cloth fabric
Tuff-Flex High Temperature Tacky Cloth luting and groove packing
Tuff-Flex High Temperature Tacky Cloth Handhole Gaskets
"Tacky" Handhole
Gaskets
"Tacky" luting & groove packing
Tuff-Flex High Temperature Tacky Cloth Tadpole Tape Gasket
"Tacky" Tadpole Gaskets
"Tacky Cloth" High Temperature and Heat Resistant Gasket Tape
"Tacky Cloth" High Temperature and Heat Resistant Luting & Groove Packing
"Tacky Cloth" High Temperature and Heat Resistant Handhole Gaskets
"Tacky Cloth" High Temperature and Heat Resistant Tadpole Gasket Tape
550°F / 287°F continuous rating
"tacky" gasket cloth
"tacky" gasket tape
Curing: It is recommended that this material be cured in situ.  This material must be heated to a minimum of 300°F within 60 minutes, then it must sit at 300°F or higher for 90 minutes for the rubber to fully cure.

Do not overtorque the material during this curing time or the rubber will be squeezed off of the base material.

If the material is not fully cured, the rubber will drip from the material causing voids.  After curing the material can be exposed to a lower operational temperature.
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