Corner ad­hes­ive tape with two sep­ar­ate re­mov­able re­lease strips

 

Advantages

  • Corner ad­hes­ive tape for in­tern­al and ex­tern­al use, 6 months of out­door ex­pos­ure
  • Two in­di­vidu­ally re­mov­able strips of re­lease pa­per
  • Very elast­ic, soft and per­man­ently de­form­able (no self-align­ment), also ideal for con­nect­ing to pen­et­ra­tions
  • Air­tight bonds ac­cord­ing to DIN 4108-7, SIA 180 and OENORM B 8110-2
  • Wa­ter­proof ad­hes­ive
  • Low­est VOC rat­ing in haz­ard­ous sub­stance test, can be plastered over
 

Application

Corner seal­ing of air­tight­ness or windtight­ness lay­ers, e.g. on win­dows and doors, as well as oth­er corner joints on struc­tures, in­doors or out­doors, in­clud­ing joints between roof and wall in­stall­a­tions on sark­ing mem­brane, roof lin­ing mem­brane or wall lin­ing mem­brane.
The bonds meet the re­quire­ments of DIN 4108-7, SIA 180 and OENORM B 8110-2 as well as bond­ing to wood-based pan­els.

  Material
Backing special PP fleece
Adhesive waterproof SOLID adhesive
Release film split silicone coated PE-film approx. 12 / 48 mm
Attribute Value Norm
Colour light blue
Exposure time 6 months
Application temperature above -10 °C ; 14 °F
Temperature resistance permanent -40 °C to 90 °C ; -40 °F to 194 °F
Storage cool and dry

Be­fore stick­ing, sub­sur­faces should be brushed off, wiped clean with a cloth or cleaned us­ing com­pressed air.
Ad­he­sion to frozen sur­faces is not pos­sible. There must be no wa­ter-re­pel­lent sub­stances (e.g. grease or sil­ic­one) on ma­ter­i­als to be bon­ded. Sub­sur­faces must be suf­fi­ciently dry and have suf­fi­cient load-bear­ing ca­pa­city.

Per­man­ent ad­he­sion is achieved on all pro clima in­teri­or and ex­ter­i­or mem­branes, oth­er va­pour re­tarder and air­tight mem­branes (e.g. those made of PE, PA, PP and alu­mini­um) as well as oth­er un­der­lay/sark­ing and wall lin­ing mem­branes (e.g. those made of PP and PET).
Ad­he­sion and joints can be car­ried out on planed and painted wood, hard plastics and met­al (e.g. pipes, win­dows etc.), hard wood-based pan­els (chip­board, OSB and ply­wood pan­els, MDF board and soft­wood fibre sub-roof pan­els).
Wood fibre sub-roof pan­els and smooth min­er­al sub­sur­faces re­quire pre-treat­ment with TESCON PRIMER be­fore bond­ing. Con­crete or plaster sub­sur­faces must not be sandy or crum­bling.

The best res­ults in terms of struc­tur­al sta­bil­ity are achieved on high-qual­ity sub­sur­faces.
It is your re­spons­ib­il­ity to check the suit­ab­il­ity of the sub­sur­face; ad­he­sion tests are re­com­men­ded in cer­tain cases.
Pre­treat­ment with TESCON PRIMER is re­com­men­ded in the case of sub­sur­faces with in­suf­fi­cient load-bear­ing ca­pa­city.

The bonds should not be subjected to tensile strain.
After sticking membranes made of foil or paper, the weight of the insulating material must be supported by lathing. The adhesive tape should be supported by battens if necessary.
Press firmly to secure the adhesive tape. Ensure there is sufficient back-pressure.
Windproof, airtight or rainproof seals can only be achieved on vapour retarding membranes, roof lining membranes or façade membranes that have been laid without folds or creases.
Ventilate regularly to prevent build-up of excessive humidity and use a dryer if necessary.