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Cloth / Fleece Linen Loom Harness Tape - 19mm Black Self Adhesive

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Cloth / Fleece Linen Loom Harness Tape - 19mm Black Self Adhesive
High quality cloth fleece wire harness tape with excellent noise damping properties which is abrasion resistant and hand tearable.
Designed for use in the engine bay and other areas where temperatures may reach high levels and where standard PVC tape might not be adequate.
Pack = 1 x 50 mtr roll
Excl. VAT: £6.99 Incl. VAT: £8.39
  • Buy 3 for £6.15 (£7.38 incl. tax) each
  • Buy 5 for £5.53 (£6.64 incl. tax) each
  • Buy 10 for £4.97 (£5.96 incl. tax) each
  • Buy 25 for £4.69 (£5.63 incl. tax) each
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Cloth / Fleece Linen Loom PVC Harness Tape (Self Adhesive) 

Self-adhesive cloth harness tape for wrapping cables, harnesses, pipes, tubes etc. to protect against chaffing and abrasion. This tape is capable of withstanding up to 125°C and so is particularly useful for automotive wiring and areas with high temperatures!

  • High temperature polyester fabric harnessing tape.
  • Special acrylate-based adhesive offers very good heat resistance.
  • Very high temperature stability from -40 °C to +125 °C
  • Very good resistance against abrasion.
  • Material is very flexible and easy to handle.
  • Excellent durability and stable against rotting.
  • Provides long term reliability under varying and extreme environmental conditions.




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