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Rubber Tapes help insulate and seal electrical connections. Ideal for primary electrical insulation in applications such as bus bar connections, general splice insulation and moisture sealing for low to high-voltage connections. Available with or without a liner, rubber insulating tapes offer exceptional strength, durability and resistance to temperatures of up to 266 °F. Everyone probably knows natural rubber. 70 percent of all car tires have natural rubber. It is also in condoms, gloves and air balloons. As well as in masking, packaging and other kinds of adhesive tape. That is because bonding with natural rubber really works. And really well, too. The type of rubber used, the compounded resins, and other ingredients determine the performance of the natural rubber adhesive. In general, natural rubber properties offer many advantages for adhesive tape applications. The first of these is its outstanding peel adhesion or “grab” – not only on polar surfaces but also even on substrates with low surface tension (“non-polar substrates”). The special chemical structure also entails some disadvantages, however: the adhesive in natural rubber glue or adhesive tape has a limited amount of adhesion and cohesion at temperatures above 70° C, requires stabilizers to resist aging and the environment in the event of UV and ozone exposure, and is not very resistant to chemicals and solvents. Rubber Tape offered find extensive use as tie-in tape for leads in submersible pump motor and come with properties like superior chemical and temperature resistance, high dielectric & non sticky properties and abrasion resistance among others. Here, our expertise lies in making these available in different thickness & width choices to pick from. Some of its features include providing suitable insulation protection induction coil against arcing and tracking, suitability for heavy duty electrical usage, capability to withstand extreme temperatures and moisture conditions, providing superior adhesive strength at elevated temperatures and others.