PAROC Marine LF1 Tape

PAROC Marine LF1 Tape

PAROC LF1 Tape is an reinforced aluminum tape with a grey color lacquer finish and a modified acrylic adhesive with siliconized liner. 

It is ideal for sealing the joints when using PAROC Marine LF1 faced  products such as sections, lamella mats or slabs. The product  for sea going vessels complying with IMO FTP Code (ref. Ch. 5.2.1 and Ch. 8), Annex 1 part 2 and part 5 (IMO Resolution MSC. 307(88) Annex 1 Part 2 and Part 5).PAROC LF1 Tape gives a great finish and safe installation. 

Datasheet

 
Updated 2 Feb 2022

Type-Examination (Module B) certificate No. VTT-C-12368-15-18

Usage Conditions
Temperature range: -40 °C to +120 °C
Short term heat resistance: +160 °C
Thickness
0,07 mm
Width
55, 75 mm
Length
100 m

Packaging

Package Type
55 mm: 24 rolls/box, 24 boxes/pallet
75 mm: 16 rolls/box, 24 boxes/pallet

Fire Properties

Other Fire Properties
PropertyValueAccording to
Fire Classification (IMO)NPD IMO 2010 FTP Code Annex 1 Part 1
Surface Flammability (IMO)Surface material with low flame-spread characteristics IMO 2010 FTP Code Annex 1 Parts 2 and 5

Other Properties

Other Properties
PropertyValue
Backing:Aluminum foil 0,07 mm
Release liner:Siliconized paper
Adhesive:Modified acrylic
Tensile strength:NPD
Adhesion:NPD

Facings

Facing Material
Aluminum foil

Colours

Aluminum, grey

Installation

During the installation, the insulation material to be taped should be at a minimum temperature of +5 °C. Allow the temperature of the insulating material to adjust to the ambient installation temperature. Make sure that the surfaces to be joined with tape are clean, dry free of dust and grease. Surface must be free from oil, fat, dust and solvents before film/tape application. Do not use cleaners containing anti-adhesive agents. Some plastics and paints may discharge anti-adhesive agents leading to bonding failure. Rough and uneven surfaces may weaken bonding. Product should be stored in original packaging, laid flat on the slit edge of the roll. Storage in dry and clean areas, at normal temperature, protected from direct sunlight and heat sources.

Installation temperature: +5 °C ÷ +40 °C.

Handling and Storage

Storage conditions: +5 °C ÷ +25 °C, under dry conditions inside a warehouse.

More Information

We strongly advise users to test the product‘s suitability for their own particular requirement. All data and recommendations contained in this Technical Data Sheet are based on our own test results and practical experience and are aimed at helping customers select the appropriate tape for a given application. This information is provided without liability. We reserve the right to change the technical specification without prior notice.

Type-Examination (Module B) certificate No. VTT-C-12368-15-18

Usage Conditions
Temperature range: -40 °C to +120 °C
Short term heat resistance: +160 °C
Thickness
0,07 mm
Width
55, 75 mm
Length
100 m

Packaging

Package Type
55 mm: 24 rolls/box, 24 boxes/pallet
75 mm: 16 rolls/box, 24 boxes/pallet

Fire Properties

Other Fire Properties
PropertyValueAccording to
Fire Classification (IMO)NPD IMO 2010 FTP Code Annex 1 Part 1
Surface Flammability (IMO)Surface material with low flame-spread characteristics IMO 2010 FTP Code Annex 1 Parts 2 and 5

Other Properties

Other Properties
PropertyValue
Backing:Aluminum foil 0,07 mm
Release liner:Siliconized paper
Adhesive:Modified acrylic
Tensile strength:NPD
Adhesion:NPD

Facings

Facing Material
Aluminum foil

Colours

Aluminum, grey

Installation

During the installation, the insulation material to be taped should be at a minimum temperature of +5 °C. Allow the temperature of the insulating material to adjust to the ambient installation temperature. Make sure that the surfaces to be joined with tape are clean, dry free of dust and grease. Surface must be free from oil, fat, dust and solvents before film/tape application. Do not use cleaners containing anti-adhesive agents. Some plastics and paints may discharge anti-adhesive agents leading to bonding failure. Rough and uneven surfaces may weaken bonding. Product should be stored in original packaging, laid flat on the slit edge of the roll. Storage in dry and clean areas, at normal temperature, protected from direct sunlight and heat sources.

Installation temperature: +5 °C ÷ +40 °C.

Handling and Storage

Storage conditions: +5 °C ÷ +25 °C, under dry conditions inside a warehouse.

More Information

We strongly advise users to test the product‘s suitability for their own particular requirement. All data and recommendations contained in this Technical Data Sheet are based on our own test results and practical experience and are aimed at helping customers select the appropriate tape for a given application. This information is provided without liability. We reserve the right to change the technical specification without prior notice.

Type-Examination (Module B) certificate No. VTT-C-12368-15-18

Usage Conditions
Temperature range: -40 °C to +120 °C
Short term heat resistance: +160 °C
Thickness
0,07 mm
Width
55, 75 mm
Length
100 m

Packaging

Package Type
55 mm: 24 rolls/box, 24 boxes/pallet
75 mm: 16 rolls/box, 24 boxes/pallet

Fire Properties

Other Fire Properties
PropertyValueAccording to
Fire Classification (IMO)NPD IMO 2010 FTP Code Annex 1 Part 1
Surface Flammability (IMO)Surface material with low flame-spread characteristics IMO 2010 FTP Code Annex 1 Parts 2 and 5

Other Properties

Other Properties
PropertyValue
Backing:Aluminum foil 0,07 mm
Release liner:Siliconized paper
Adhesive:Modified acrylic
Tensile strength:NPD
Adhesion:NPD

Facings

Facing Material
Aluminum foil

Colours

Aluminum, grey

Installation

During the installation, the insulation material to be taped should be at a minimum temperature of +5 °C. Allow the temperature of the insulating material to adjust to the ambient installation temperature. Make sure that the surfaces to be joined with tape are clean, dry free of dust and grease. Surface must be free from oil, fat, dust and solvents before film/tape application. Do not use cleaners containing anti-adhesive agents. Some plastics and paints may discharge anti-adhesive agents leading to bonding failure. Rough and uneven surfaces may weaken bonding. Product should be stored in original packaging, laid flat on the slit edge of the roll. Storage in dry and clean areas, at normal temperature, protected from direct sunlight and heat sources.

Installation temperature: +5 °C ÷ +40 °C.

Handling and Storage

Storage conditions: +5 °C ÷ +25 °C, under dry conditions inside a warehouse.

More Information

We strongly advise users to test the product‘s suitability for their own particular requirement. All data and recommendations contained in this Technical Data Sheet are based on our own test results and practical experience and are aimed at helping customers select the appropriate tape for a given application. This information is provided without liability. We reserve the right to change the technical specification without prior notice.