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VP 415

VP 415 Warning Stripe Tape

An SPVC film warning stripe tape used for lane marking and identification of safety zones and hazard areas. VP 415 is constructed with a flexible backing that is resistant to abrasion, UV light, acid, alkalides, oils, moisture, humidity and corrosion, and meets OSHA requirements for hazard markings.

Features & Benefits

  • General purpose grade warning stripe tape
  • Resistant to abrasion, UV light, acid, alkalides, oils, moisture, humidity and corrosion
  • Meets OSHA requirements for hazard markings

Related Products

VP 410

Line set tape offering UV resistance and a variety of colors.

Typical Applications

    For lane marking and identification of safety zones and hazard areas

Specifications

Construction

  • Backing: Striped, stabilized, plasticized, soft polyvinylchloride film (SPVC)
  • Adhesive: Natural rubber adhesive
  • Liner: NA

Properties & Technical Data

Property Standard Metric
Adhesion to Stainless Steel 12 oz/in width 1.31 N/10 mm
Elongation 200% 200%
Service Temperature Range 20 F to 140 F -7 C to 60 C
Tensile 15 lbs/in width 26.3 N/10 mm
Thickness 6.6 mils 0.17 mm

Physical and performance characteristics shown above are obtained from tests recommended by PSTC, ASTM, government agencies or Shurtape Technologies, LLC, Quality Assurance and Technical Service departments and do not represent a guarantee of product performance. Individual rolls may vary slightly from these averages. The user should determine whether the product is fit for a particular purpose and is suitable for the user’s method of application before use.

Applicable Standards

CID A-A-1689B, Type 1, Class 2

Sizes & Colors

Colors Available:

Black/Yellow (BKY) Black/White (BKW)

Lengths Available: 33 yd

Widths Available: 1.96 in

Sizes and colors disclaimer: Lead times may apply. Please contact Shurtape customer service for information related to stock and non-stock sizes and colors.

Storage & Usage Conditions

Tape should be stored in its original packaging in a cool, dry area away from direct sunlight and should be used within 12 months of date of shipment. Surfaces to which tape is applied should be clean, dry and free of grease, oil or other contaminants.

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