- Technical Data
7/8″ x Custom Length x 5 mil Translucent Seam Tape
Bemis ST505 Seam Sealing Tape is a 2 layer seam tape designed to seal sewn seams on vinyl, or polyurethane-coated fabrics. ST505 Bemis Tape offers a wide processing window when applied using conventional hot air sealing equipment. The increased melt flow of the adhesive layer helps promote a proper seal of crossover seams. The high melting point barrier layer allows for sealing heavy seam constructions.
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ApplicationsAPPLICATION: Heat Seal
APPLICATION: Hot Melt
Bemis ST505 Seam Sealing Tape adheres to polyurethane and PVC coated fabrics. ST505 Bemis Tape offers a wide processing window when applied using coventional hot air sealing equipment.
Technical DataBRAND: Bemis
|SIZE:||7/8" x Custom Length|
|BACKING/ADHESIVE THICKNESS:||0.003 in. (0.08 mm)|
|TOTAL THICKNESS:||0.005 in. (0.13 mm)|
|GAUGE:||77 μm (0.003”) 45 μm (0.0018”)|
|COMPOSITION:||Polyurethane / Polyurethane|
|ADHESIVE SOFTENING POINT:||95°C, 203°F TMA|
|BARRIER SOFTENING POINT:||182°C, 360°F TMA|
|SERVICE TEMPERATURE:||-40 to 60°C (-40 to 140°F)|
Physical and performance characteristics shown are obtained from tests recommended by vendor. Quality Assurance and Technical Service Departments do not represent a guarantee of product performance. Individual rolls may vary slightly from these averages. The user should determine whether the product is fit for a particular purpose and is suitable for the user's method of application before use.
The information listed above has been obtained from controlled laboratory tests and is reliable, but should not be used for the purpose of writing specifications. It is offered in good faith, but without guarantee, as conditions and methods of use of our products are beyond our control. It is recommended that the prospective user determine the product suitability before adapting for commercial use.