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V1100 Series

V1100 Series

DESCRIPTION Gaska Tape’s V1100 Series product is a medium density closed-cell Polyvinyl Chloride foam.  The tape provides an excellent combination of flexibility and conformability with strength and wear resistance.  Performs in those “tough duty” applications where a tape must still flex to fit and seal. Characteristics common to all closed-cell vinyl foam products include the…

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V800 Series

DESCRIPTION Gaska Tape’s V800 Series product is a light density closed-cell Polyvinyl Chloride foam.  This economical, general-purpose foam tape is manufactured for use in applications requiring positive seals on irregular surfaces or when flex and conformability to seal tight radius curves are critical considerations. Characteristics common to all closed-cell vinyl foam products include the ability…

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V700 Series

DESCRIPTION Gaska Tape’s V700 Series product is a light density closed-cell Polyvinyl Chloride foam.  This economical, general-purpose foam tape is manufactured for use in applications requiring positive seals on irregular surfaces or when flex and conformability to seal tight radius curves are critical considerations. Characteristics common to all closed-cell vinyl foam products include the ability…

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A600 Series

DESCRIPTION Gaska Tape’s A600 Series product is a light density closed-cell Polyvinyl Chloride foam. This economical, general-purpose foam tape is manufactured for use in applications requiring positive seals on irregular surfaces or when flex and conformability to seal tight radius curves are critical considerations. Characteristics common to all closed-cell vinyl foam products include the ability…

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V600 Series

DESCRIPTION Developed initially to provide an economical seal between pickup truck caps and body side rails. Today, Cap Tape® is used effectively for a variety of non-critical sealing applications, such as weather-stripping with our MW600 Series. Gaska Tape’s V600 Series can be produced with or without adhesive on one side as well as cast on…

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