Gas Grade PTFE Tape
Gas Grade Ptfe Tape Plumber's tape is recommended for use with most threaded connections that don't have a built-in rubber seal. It can be used on all standard metal pipe materials as well as rigid plastic pipe. Common places to use plumber's tape include:Shower...
Gas Grade Ptfe Tape
Plumber's tape is recommended for use with most threaded connections that don't have a built-in rubber seal. It can be used on all standard metal pipe materials as well as rigid plastic pipe. Common places to use plumber's tape include:Shower arms,Showerheads,Threaded tub spouts,Pipe-to-coupling connections and Pipe-to-valve connections
1 Gas Grade Ptfe Tape is manufactured as economical grade for applications that requires sealing properties in home, commercial and industrial settings.
2 Gas Grade Ptfe Tape is for Thread Sealing Iron, Stainless Steel, Copper, Brass, Plastic, Glass Or Rubber Pipes.
3 Gas Grade Ptfe Tape is ideal for General and Specialty Plumbing, Industrial Supply Houses, Laboratory and Scientific, OEM and MRO
1.Select the correct grade of PTFE thread sealant tape for the desired application.
2.Visually ensure the threads are clear of contaminants and that the threads are damage free.
3.Begin the first wrap approximately 1/16” from the joint end. Each layer should should be pulled tightly into the threads.
4.Wrap the male threads with 2 to 4 layers of wrap, depending on the size of the thread. With larger diameter threads, users should use more layers of the product. Always wrap the threads in a clockwise direction. This direction is extremely important to prevent the female threads from pushing the PTFE out of the joint during the assembly process.
5.Break or cut the tape.
6.To complete the seal, assemble the joint(s). Prior to energizing the system, test the connections with a level consistent for the system being constructed.
Q:What are the high and low temperature range for ptfe tape?
A:The temperature range is -400° F to 500° F.
Q:Is it toxic?Can it be used for thread used for drinking water?
A:PTFE tape is not toxic and can be used on drinking water lines.
Q:Can it be used on hot and cold water?
A:Yes, this tape can be used on hot and cold water pipes.