DST 1.6 X 9
DST 1.6 X 9
Double- Sided Foam Glazing Tape- Black 9mm (W) x 61M (L) x 1.6mm (T)
High-Strength, Polyurethane Foam Spacer For Structural Glazing
The Thermalbond V2200 series is specially designed to provide the following features:
- Open-cell structure allows air and moisture to reach the silicone for optimum curing of the silicone
- Semi-rigid polyurethane foam is compatible with all silicone tested
- Low thermal conductivity improves the performance of the wall and can support LEED points
- Excellent resistance to temperature variations, fungi and oxidation
The Thermalbond V2200G272 configuration offers the same benefits as the standard configuration with addition of:
- Gray foam core with UV stable gray pigmented adhesive coatings
The Thermalbond Xpress (TBX2) configuration offers the same benefits as the standard configuration with addition of:
- Standard Thermalbond grade adhesive on one side ensuring an aggressive bond to aluminum profiles
- Low friction coating eliminates trapped air pockets and makes alignment of the glass simple and easy
- Adhesive will unwind from the specially treated top side of the foam which eliminates the need to have a seperate liner to remove and recycle
- Refer to silicone manufacturer to confirm compatability information. Due to the numerous variables involved in a structural glazing system, each project should be individually lab tested by the silicone manufacturer for compatability between Thermalbond®, the structural silicone and all other adjacent components. • Surfaces must be clean and free of oil, grease, moisture, dust and dirt. Isopropyl alcohol is good for cleaning the surface.
- Apply a uniform pressure of 15 psi (103 kPa) to promote good contact between the material to be bonded and the tape. The application temperature should be between 60°F and 125°F (16°C to 52°C). It is not recommended to apply these tapes at temperatures below 60°F (16°C), as the adhesive does not flow in this condition and can result in poor bonding.
- Recommended service temperature is between -40°F to 180°F (-40°C to 82°C).