Tape refers to any one of a variety of combinations of backing materials that are coated with an adhesive. There are different backing materials and adhesives can be used depending on the intended use.

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Cloth Tape Color Coding Tape
Duct Tape Electrical Insulating Tape
Masking Tape Rubber Tape

Cloth Tape
Cloth Tape combines high temperature resistance, high adhesion, and a very strong, abrasion resistant backing. The glass cloth backing resists shrinking, rotting, or burning – providing exceptional stability in harsh environments.

Color Coding Tape
Color Coding Tape can be used in applications that include color-coding pipe systems, conduit, ductwork, bundling, and tools. Each roll is individually shrink-wrapped to protect that roll until it is ready for use. There is a flexible backing with rubber-based adhesive bonds, conforms, and seals even irregular surfaces.

Duct Tape
Duct Tape is cloth- or scrim-backed pressure-sensitive tape that is often coated with polyethylene. There are a variety of constructions that use different backings and adhesives.

Electrical Insulating Tape
Professionals prefer electrical Insulting Tape. Electrical tapes and mastics provide dependable insulation, moisture seals, mechanical protection, and color-coding identification.

Masking Tape
Masking Tape is also known as sticky tape. It is a type of pressure-sensitive tape that is made of a thin and easy-to-tear paper and it is an easily released pressure-sensitive adhesive. It is available in a variety of widths. It can be used mainly in painting to mask off areas that shouldn’t be painted.

Rubber Tape
Rubber Tape is a conformable self-fusing rubber electrical insulating and sealing tape. Rubber Tape consists of an ethylene propylene rubber backing coated with aggressive, temperature-stable mastic adhesive. It is designed for electrical insulating and moisture sealing applications.