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V1520 Series

Double Faced Vinyl Glazing Tape


Gaska Tape’s V1520 Series product is a medium density closed-cell Polyvinyl Chloride foam coated both sides with an aggressive, pressure sensitive adhesive.

Logs coated with adhesive on both sides are slit in   half and rewrapped at no additional charge to eliminate possible gapping during transit.

This product has been tested and approved according to AAMA specifications for Expanded Cellular Glazing Tape.


  • Absorbs shocks, cushions, deadens, sound and eliminates excess vibration.
  • Excellent in glazing applications.
  • V1520 is provided on an 84# polycoated two sided brown kraft liner.
  • V1526 is the same medium density foam; A3 adhesive coated on both sides, but incorporating a 4 mil blue polypropylene film liner.
  • V1526SA is coated both sides with a solvent acrylic pressure sensitive adhesive, S3, and a 4 mil blue polypropylene film liner. Gaska Tape’s V1526SA has a six-month shelf life from date of invoice.
  • Effectively functions as a thermal break and insulator.
  • Black color standard, other colors available upon request.
  • Sulfur-Free

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Available Thicknesses:
V1520       .063″ – .500″ (1.6mm –12.7mm)

V1526       .063” – .500” (1.6mm – 12.7mm)

V1526SA .063” – .500” (1.6mm – 12.7mm)

Available Widths:
.250″ – 57″ (6.4mm – 1448mm)

Available Lengths:
25′ – 302′ (7.6m- 92m)


NOTES:  The length of the rolls vary depending on the thickness of the material. Gaska Tape offers standard length logs. Master logs are double the standard length plus 2′ and available upon request for quote.
Typical performance properties and characteristics are based on samples tested and are not guaranteed for all samples of this product.
Data is intended as a guide only and is presented without guarantees and without assumption of liabilities resultant from the use of information provided. This data is not to be used for specification purposes.
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