• 3M™ Sealing Tape 8777
  • 3M™ Sealing Tape 8777

    3M ID 70006745106
    • Translucent, 9.9 mil tape, proprietary backing, high tack acrylic adhesive, split liner
    • UV-resistant for up to 12 months and the adhesive does not melt or stain when exposed to heat
    • Features a waterproof membrane that produces a moisture barrier
    • Sealing tape provides an air barrier
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    Specifications
    Attribute Name
    Value
    Adhesion Strength (metric)
    66 N/100mm
    Adhesive Type
    Acrylic
    Applications
    Air Barrier
    Backing Material
    Proprietary film
    Backing Thickness (metric)
    0,13 Millimetre
    Back-Side Adhesive Thickness (metric)
    0,13 Millimetre
    Industries
    Construction
    Maximum Operating Temperature (Celsius)
    80 Degree Celsius
    NPVI Mktg
    Yes
    Overall Length (Metric)
    22,86 m
    Overall Width (Metric)
    101,6 mm
    Primary Liner
    Heavy Paper Split
    Product Form
    Roll
    Product Details
    • Translucent, 9.9 mil tape, proprietary backing, high tack acrylic adhesive, split liner
    • UV-resistant for up to 12 months and the adhesive does not melt or stain when exposed to heat
    • Features a waterproof membrane that produces a moisture barrier
    • Sealing tape provides an air barrier
    • Tough backing resists punctures and tears during application
    • Aggressive acrylic adhesive stays stuck at both low and high application temperatures
    • Unique backing is thin and conformable to conveniently fit into corners
    • Split release liner offers fast application with easy and accurate positioning of the tape

    3M™ Sealing Tape 8777 is a self-adhesive barrier for use in the construction industry to seal window and door openings against moisture intrusion. Tape has a unique, aggressive acrylic adhesive and thin, proprietary backing.

    3M™ Sealing Tape provides a weather-resistant barrier around windows and doors. Tape will adhere when applied in extreme temperatures beyond the range of traditional asphaltic or butyl flashing tapes: as low as 0ºF or as high as 120.