Seal Silicone Tape

Non-Adhesive, Self-Fusing Silicone Bonding Tape


Seal Silicone Tape

SEAL self-fusing silicone tape is a unique adhesive free product that quickly fuses to itself to create a moisture and corrosion resistant continuous seal for Class A & B electrical insulation, pipe and hose repair, or anywhere a quick and residue free wrap is needed.

SEAL Silicone Tape fuses to itself to create an airtight/watertight seal around even irregularly shaped applications, and the high insulation values make it useful in repairing cracked or damaged insulation in Class A and B applications.

Ideal to keep in a toolbox for emergency repairs on wires or hoses, as a residue free solution to coil extension cords, ropes, and cables and for a waterproof, heat and chemical resistant wrap for wiring harnesses and splices.


Quick Repairs to Split WiresSeal Silicone Tape Application 1

The insulating properties of silicone tape makes it perfect for repairing split or torn insulation on tool and appliance wires. It can even be used to repair cracked tool handles, and isn't affected by dirt or oils on surfaces of tools, wires or hoses.

Waterproof Repairs on Hoses and PipesSeal Silicone Tape Application 2

Silicone tape is ideal for repairing wet, oily, or dirty hoses and pipes. Since it bonds only to itself, repairs to leaking automotive or hydraulic hoses can be made.

High Temp Silicone Sleeving TerminationSeal Silicone Tape Application 3

High temperature tolerant and self bonding, silicone tape is the preferred solution for completing installations of FireFlex silicone jacketed fiberglass sleeving on automotive, marine or aircraft hoses and exhaust systems.


  • No Adhesive Residue When Removed
  • Suitable For Class A & B Insulation Applications
  • Resists Damage from Chemicals and UV
  • Works on Dirty or Wet Hoses
  • Stays Flexible in High and Low Temperature Applications
  • Fuses To Itself for a Waterproof and Airtight Seal
  • Cuts Easily With Scissors
  • Easily Fits Irregular Shapes

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