PTFE Thread Sealant Tape
Thread seal tape is a polytetrafluoroethylene (PTFE) film cut to specified widths for use in sealing pipe threads.
Also known as plumber’s tape, PTFE tape, tape dope, it is popularly but incorrectly called Teflon tape. The low friction of PTFE allows the tape to be used as a lubricant in tapered pipe threads, which more easily allows them to be screwed together to the point of deformation, thus creating the seal.
Typically the tape is wrapped around a pipe’s thread three times before it is screwed into place. It is commonly used commercially in such applications as pressurized water systems, central heating systems, and air compression equipment.
Water resistance: very good
Temperature resistance: -200°c to +260°c
Chemicals resistance: very good.
At least 24 months. Store in a well-sealed packaging in a dry place at a
Temperature between +5°c and +25°c.
P.t.f.e. tape for sealing metal and plastic threaded connections.
Field of application
Sealing metal and plastic threaded connections. Suitable for gas, water, oxygen,
Steam, fuels, solvents and acids. Gas: maximum operating pressure 0.2 bar at an
Ambient temperature from -20°c to +35°c.
- 100% p.t.f.e.
- can be subjected to a load immediately
Nuseal qa: screw thread sealant for gas-tight sealing of metal threaded pipe Joints, class 0,2 bar.
En 75-3: sealing materials for metallic threaded joints in contact with st, 2nd
And 3rd family gas and hot water. Part 3 unsintered ptfe tapes.
Preliminary treatment: thoroughly clean and degrease surfaces.
Directions for use:
Wind tape tightly over screw thread in thread direction, with 50% overlap. Work Towards the end. Assemble joint and do not turn joint back to avoid damaging