Silicone F4 Tape - It's not your father's F4 Tape anymore.
New FAST-FUSING Silicone formula!
New F4 Tape is extruded of a high-performance silicone elastomer. While older versions of self-bonding F4 Tape required up to a 24 hour cure time, our new self-fusing silicone tape formula fuses in seconds, creating a permanent seal that doesn't come unraveled!
What makes the new Silicone F4 Tape different?
- Ultra-Fast Fusing Time!
- New Silicone Formula
- Resists 500F Degrees (260C)
- Insulates 8,000 Volts per layer
- Incredible 950PSI Tensile Strength!
- Better elasticity and better elastic memory
- Superior resistance to oils, fuels, and many chemicals
- Easier to separate from the plastic liner
- Thorough fusion without the need to clamp or tie the ends
- Never comes unraveled!
You'll love the new Silicone F-4 Tape. Manufactured to military and aviation standards and significantly exceeds Mil Specifications for Type I and Type II silicone tape. We guarantee our silicone tape is the highest quality, fastest fusing and strongest tape on the market, and back it with a 100% money-back guarantee.
F4 Tape is available in the traditional military Red Oxide or Black in rolls of 1" Wide X .020" (20mil) X 36' Long, in the traditional Type II Triangular Guideline Tape Style. Type I Rectangular Format is also available, in rolls of 1" Wide X .020" (20mil) X 12' Long.
Order Today! Your satisfaction is guaranteed. Please call us at 702-953-0968 for additional sizes and colors of our self-fusing silicone tape.
History of F-4 Tape
F4 Tape was the unofficial name given to the self-bonding rubber tape used by servicemen of the Navy, Air Force and Marine Corp. Named after the legendary McDonnell F-4 Phantom II, the original F-4 Tape got its name due to its extensive use on the F-4 Phantom.
While officially used as a high-temperature high-performance electrical tape, even in its early days F-4 Tape was quite a remarkable repair product, having been used for repairs on hydraulic hoses and various other systems on the F-4 Phantom. The Phantom took its first flight May 27, 1958, and remained in production for more than two decades, topping more than 5,000 built.
Recently celebrating its 50th anniversary, the F-4 Phantom II remains the second most produced western fighter jet in history behind the F-86 Sabre. The F-4 fighter-bomber served in three branches of the military with extensive service in the Vietnam war for air combat, ground attack and reconnaissance.
Source: McDonnell F-4 Phantom: Spirit in the Skies. Airtime Publishing, 1992
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