Insulation tape is essential in assembly processes where insulation is important. After all, this is the component that adds insulating value to any project. Think for example, of the type of project where you place secondary glazing, or a window seal for mobile air conditioning units.
You stick the tape under the edges of the plastic sheet. By pressing the insulation tape firmly, you achieve optimal insulation. It also prevents the sheet from rattling.
Read the step-by-step guide on how to use the insulation tape when installing secondary glazing.
So, you use the insulation tape to insulate your window frame. The glazing clips or screws press the panel tightly against the insulating tape. Together with the thickness of the window, the insulation tape should be 1 mm thicker than the spacer of the glazing clip. This way, the sheet is clamped securely. The insulating tape is self-adhesive and immediately adheres on contact with another material.
Below you will find everything you need to know about insulation tape:
See the video below on how to install your secondary glazing with glazing clips or screws.
Insulation tape is used for heat and sound insulation. Below you will find various applications where insulation tape is used. On this page you can learn more about insulating windows.