PTFE Thread Sealing Tape

3-Wrap Red Waterline Tape

Just 3 wraps for leak-proof joints.

Mill-Rose 3-Wrap Red Thread Sealing Tape is a PTFE tape designed specifically to seal lines carrying steam, water and other liquids. This is a full or maximum-density tape. Unlike most thread sealing tapes on the market, 3-Wrap tape has not been stretched during the manufacturing process. Stretching lowers the apparent density of tape by increasing its porosity. As stretched tape is more porous, more tape is required to obtain an effective seal.

Cat. # Description Std. Pkg. Master Pkg. Wgt./Pkg.
70189   1/4" x 520" Rolls 10 100 .14 lbs.
70796   1/2" x 260" Rolls 10 100 .14 lbs.
70797   1/2" x 540" Rolls 10 100 .3 lbs.
70798   3/4" x 260" Rolls 6 60 .18 lbs.
70801   3/4" x 540" Rolls 6 60 .35 lbs.
70799   1" x 260" Rolls 6 60 .44 lbs.
70874   1" x 540" Rolls 6 60 .88 lbs.
Display Packaging - 3-Wrap Red Waterline Tape
Cat. # Description Std. Pkg. Master Pkg. Wgt./Pkg.
70875   1/2" x 260" 40 Pk. Counter Display 1 4 2.0 lbs.
70876   3/4" x 260" 24 Pk. Counter Display 1 4 1.4 lbs.
70877   1" x 260" 24 Pk. Counter Display 1 4 1.4 lbs.
70878   1/2" x 260" 10 Pk. Dispenser 1 10 .5 lbs.
70879   3/4" x 260" 6 Pk. Dispenser 1 10 .6 lbs.
70881   1" x 260" 6 Pk. Dispenser 1 10 .6 lbs.

3-Wrap Red Waterline Tape

UL31R0

Applications: Use 3-Wrap Red Waterline Tape on pipe made from galvanized steel, iron, brass, copper, aluminum, stainless steel, polyethylene, polypropylene, PVC, CPVC, ABS and fiberglass.

Specifications:

Composition: 99.0% PTFE <1.0%

Pigment Color: Pink

Thickness: 0.004” +/-10% (0.102mm +/-10%)

Density: 1.5g/cm3 +/-10%

Elongation: >100%

Pressure rating: In tests conducted by an independent laboratory Mill-Rose 3-Wrap Red Waterline Seal Tape was found to seal fittings carrying water at pressures up to 4,347 PSI or 30,000kPa when applied as per instructions. Note: Pressure ratings are relative to the quality and torque of the fittings and the amount of tape used.

Temperature range: -450 ̊F to +500 ̊F (-268 ̊C to + 260 ̊C) PTFE is completely stable up to +500 ̊F or +260 ̊C. Decomposition is slow up to 750 ̊F or 400 ̊C. Decomposition will occur on contact with naked flames.

Tensile strength: 10-17 N/mm2