General Purpose Vinyl Floor Marking & Color Coding Tape
VI-V6115 is a strong general purpose adhesive tape offering excellent performance for a multitude of applications. VI-V6115 is tough, conforms to many types of surfaces is easy to apply, easy to remove, has excellent adhesion for a fast, firm hold and leaves no residue when removed from most hard surfaces.
- Use for aisle and floor marking
- Use for color coding
- Use for general industrial applications
- Use for bundling and reinforcing
Features & Benefits
- Resistant to sun, water, oil, acid, alkalis and corrosive chemicals
- Good abrasion and tear resistance
- Can be written on for identification or warning purposes
- Conforms well to irregular and rough surfaces
- Easily removable
- Clean removal helps reduce clean up
Storage & Usage Conditions
Store tape in its original packaging away from direct sunlight and in a cool and dry area. For optimum performance, tape should be used within 12 months of date of shipment. Tape works best when applied to a surface that is clean, dry and free of grease, oil or other contaminants.
|Total Thickness||5.9 mils|
|Service Temperature||20°F to 176°F (-7°C to 80°C)|
|Colors||Red, Yellow, Black, White, Blue|
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