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Electrical tape (or insulating tape) is a type of pressure-sensitive tape used to insulate electrical wires and other materials that conduct electricity. It can be made of many plastics, but vinyl is most popular, as it stretches well and gives an effective and long lasting insulation. Eco Foil white polypropylene tape is also resistant to moisture. When insulating a metal building, using our reflective white bubble insulation, white insulation tape creates a nice, seamless finish to the inside of your structure when the bubble insulation is left exposed. White Insulation tape provides high dielectric strength as well as resistance to moisture, UV rays, abrasion, corrosion, alkalis and acids. The aggressive pressure-sensitive rubber-based adhesive performs well over a range of temperatures. Fade-resistant colored vinyl tapes ensure fast identification of electrical phases, leads, and piping and safety areas. Vinyl Tapes provide primary electrical insulation up to 600 volts and can be used in jacketing applications for high-voltage cables and wire harnessing.  White insulation tape is a polypropylene adhesive tape which maintains a complete seal in reflective insulation systems and is also good for repairs from rips and tears. Eco Foil white polypropylene tape is also resistant to moisture. When insulating a metal building, using our reflective white bubble insulation, white insulation tape creates a nice, seamless finish to the inside of your structure when the bubble insulation is left exposed. The high temperature resistance of this thick white tape makes it ideal for use in heat repelling applications. Due to the pressure-sensitive acrylic adhesive in this polypropylene protective tape, the insulation tape will form a bond with the bubble insulation which gets stronger over time.