Description: Glass cloth offers excellent abrasion resistance and mechanical properties, as well as high tensile strength and extreme temperature resistance. Service temperatures range from -100Â°F to +500Â°F (-73Â°C to +107Â°C). Highly conformable and flexible, glass cloth has the unique ability to absorb insulating varnishes, which makes them an excellent choice in the electrical market. Applications include electrical insulation, coil and motor wrappings, and general industrial applications. This tape uses a natural rubber adhesive system. Natural rubber adhesives impart high tack and shear characteristics. These adhesives perform in continuous operating temperatures from -20Â°F to +325Â°F (-29Â°C to +164Â°C). Natural rubber adhesives can be specially blended to manufacture a broad range of adhesive performance from a low adhesion of 3.0 oz./in. to a high adhesion of 60 oz./in.Specification Notes: UL Guide OANZ2, File E51201. All data based on a 0.007 inch test sample.(Thickness given is for both backing and adhesive. Backing thickness is .0045 inches.) Information provided by Saint Gobain Performance Products.