foil tape, adhesive tape and aluminum tape for air conditioning and insulation
There are various types of tapes, each of which is designed for specific tasks.
For example, in heating, ventilation and air conditioning (
The so-called HVAC industry)
Tape for sealing mechanical ventilation systems and insulating joints or so-called pressure sensitive tape.
The type of tape that will be selected for a specific application depends on: surface application conditions service temperature and moisture conditions specific service requirements E. G, foil tape or the most common aluminum foil tape is used to seal the joints and joints of sheet metal pipes and their connection to flexible pipes.
Foil tape is also often used in air conditioners to seal the joints of flexible pipes onto the grill.
It can be said that foil tape in the air conditioning and ventilation industry is often used as a line in the clothing industry
Whenever you need to connect the part and seal the seam from the leak --
Aluminum foil tape comes in handy.
As for the insulation industry, it is now a common practice to use fiberglass insulation covering the vapor and radiation barriers (
The so-called face).
Since the steam/radiation barrier is usually aluminum foil reinforced with kraft paper and fiberglass yarn strips, another adhesive tape is designed to seal the joints of the radiation barrier and the steam barrier.
Usually, apply tape on a similar insulating surface.
Therefore, in many types of residential and commercial buildings, frequency shifting tape is used for the insulation of frequency shifting surface pipe packaging, frequency shifting surface pipe board or frequency shifting surface.
Simply put, for the normal performance of the insulating surface or radiation barrier, each joint must be sealed with adhesive tape.
There are many other types of tape for air.
Air conditioning, heating, ventilation and insulation.
Various types of adhesives provide a wide range of application conditions from very cold environments (-35 degrees F)
Very hot temperature (250 degrees F).
There are also flame retardant adhesives, high adhesive, etc.
There are more types of reinforcement designed for different surfaces, applications, insulation surfaces and radiation barriers.
For almost anything you do with insulation, air conditioning, or ventilation, the installer needs a roll or two of high quality self-adhesive tape, and these products have multiple options.