|ISD Chafe Tape is a durable Teflon™ material with a pressure sensitive adhesive which resists solvents, and oils. Designed specifically to prevent aluminum chafing between airframes and engine cowls. It helps prevent black streaking on aircraft exterior due to cowl chafing. It's not FAA/PMA approved. Operable temperature range: -100F to +500F. Width: 1". Roll length: 6 yds. Tkns: .012|
Excellent product. Works well on other rub areas also. Five stars for quality. Iâ€™m rating this four stars only due too the fact that at this price the roll should be longer. If you have a twin you May need two rolls.
I expected the anti-chafe tape roll to be sufficient in length to do both wings of my Prescott Pusher - top and bottom - but that was not the case. I was about 2 feet short and had to buy another roll. And my airplane is not a big airplane -it has relatively small wings.
Tape was tacky a first and bonded well. However, when JetA came in contact the chaffing tape immediately fell off.
I use this on a Cessna 150M. There are some worn spots on the flaps that the nylon buttons dont quite eliminate. I also use it between the forward spinner bulkhead and spinner, as well as the spinner base. The tape works great and has good adhesion. I also use it on the oil access door on the top cowl, to prevent smoke when the door rubs the cowling during flight. However, despite how much I clean the aluminum (used Alumiprep 33) the tape doesnt stick more than a few flights. Superglue helps but it becomes messy after a while.
Good stuff. Really sticks!
Great product. We use it for roller chaffing under wall slide for RV motorhome. Without this product the slide wall rollers move from driving down the road and if there is any grains of sand it will mar the tile surface and dull marks will be seen. Aint cheap but works well and worth it.
It is an off white color, that is transluscent, but not very clear. You can't easily see through it.
The thickness of this tape is .012".
This is 1 inch wide Teflon™ Anti-Chafe tape.
It is a self adhesive, pressure sensitive glue on the material.
The tape has a very strong adhesive but can be removed. There isn't any specific method to remove the tape, but heat from a heat gun can help.
No, this product does not hold any FAA Approval.