• 3M™ Glass Cloth Tape 5451
  • 3M™ Glass Cloth Tape 5451

    3M ID 70016054515
    • Brown, 3.2 mil PTFE glass cloth backing, silicone adhesive, temperature use range -100F to 400F
    • Premium grade, conformable, high strength
    • Reduces friction, anti-stick, easy release, sound management, squeak and rattle prevention, noise reduction, chemical resistance, chemical barrier, high strength, abrasion resistance
    • Automotive, Aerospace, Appliance, Military, Government, Defense, Marine, Metal Finishing, Electronics, Recreational Vehicle, General Industrial
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    Specifications
    Attribute Name
    Value
    Adhesive Type
    Silicone
    Back-Side Adhesive Thickness (metric)
    0,06 Millimetre
    Case Quantity
    6/case
    Core Size (metric)
    7,62 cm
    Defense Products Market Segments
    Aerospace
    Elongation at Break
    5 Percent
    Indoor/Outdoor
    Indoor/Outdoor
    Industries
    Aerospace, Appliance, Automotive, Electronics, General Industrial, Metalworking, Military and Government, Specialty Vehicle, Transportation
    Maximum Operating Temperature (Celsius)
    260 Degree Celsius
    Overall Length (Metric)
    33 m
    Overall Width (Metric)
    50,8 mm
    Product Colour
    Brown
    Product Key
    5451
    Shelf Life
    18 Month
    Tensile Strength (metric)
    41 N/100mm
    Total Tape Thickness without Liner (metric)
    0,14 Millimetre
    Product Details
    • Brown, 3.2 mil PTFE glass cloth backing, silicone adhesive, temperature use range -100F to 400F
    • Premium grade, conformable, high strength
    • Reduces friction, anti-stick, easy release, sound management, squeak and rattle prevention, noise reduction, chemical resistance, chemical barrier, high strength, abrasion resistance
    • Automotive, Aerospace, Appliance, Military, Government, Defense, Marine, Metal Finishing, Electronics, Recreational Vehicle, General Industrial
    • Roller wrapping, wire harnessing, squeak reduction, noise reduction, insulating, lining, shielding, protecting, composite bonding, flash breaking
    • Excellent chemical resistance enables tape to withstand challenging applications
    • Meet several aerospace specifications

    A woven glass cloth impregnated with Polytetrafluorethylene (PTFE) gives this tape extra strength and dimensional stability in addition to the wear and low friction characteristics.

    Performance in Specialized Applications The glass cloth featured in our 3M™ PTFE Glass Cloth Tape 5451 is resistant to most chemicals while also providing a slick surface, high-tensile strength, puncture resistance and abrasion resistance with low moisture absorption. This tape is frequently used for heat sealing machines, lining ducts, conveying chutes and troughs, ironing and pressing equipment and packing applications. The anti-stick technology ensures an easy release of product while reducing friction from manufacturing processes. With a very low moisture absorption this tape performs well in humid work environments. Our glass cloth tape is designed to withstand a range of temperatures ranging from -100°F/-73°C to 500°F/260°C. The conformable backing ensures the tape can be wrapped around rollers or used in irregular or spiral patterns. The long-aging, pressure sensitive silicone adhesive is designed to deliver good holding power, and once finished the adhesive cleans quickly and easily leaving behind minimal residue. What is PTFE? Polytetrafluoroethylene (PTFE) is a synthetic material used in a variety of industries and applications to reduce the coefficient of friction. PTFE is used as a non-stick coating for frying pans and other cookware because of its non-stick property as well as high heat resistance. Its non-conductivity makes it an excellent insulating material for electrical applications. It is very non-reactive to numerous chemicals, partly due to the strength of carbon–fluorine bonds; making it very effective in containers and pipework for reactive and corrosive substances. PTFE reduces friction, wear and energy efficiency of machinery. Because of its low friction, PTFE is used in industrial applications where sliding action of parts is required, such as with bearings, gears, slide plates, etc. In these applications, it delivers significantly better performance than nylon and acetal.