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Inukshuk
08-01-2010, 10:05 PM
FREE - 3+ rolls of Norton 714 or 744 (i had bought some of both) general purpose sealing foam tape. Adhesive on one side. We used this over studs behind drywall to help sound insulate a wall.
100' per full roll. I can think of many Cruiser related uses, but since I did not do any of them, I want it out of here.
Come and get it - North Denver.
:cheers:


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GENERAL INFORMATION
V744 is a 1/8" thick, closed cell Polyvinyl Chloride (PVC), with an acrylic adhesive on one side. This is a multipurpose foam that's primarily used for light, air, and moisture seals. NorsealŪ V740 series.

PRODUCT CONSTRUCTION
Type
Mil Thickness

Backing PVC - Polyvinylchloride
125.00
Adhesive (unwind) Acrylic (water based)
Liner Type (outer) Paper
Foam Cell Type Closed
Thickness (total)
125.00

PRIMARY PHYSICAL PROPERTIES
Unwind Side Liner Side

Adhesion-to-Steel - 90° Peel 37.00 oz/in
Adhesive Activation Pressure
Adhesive Thermal Conductive No
Tensile Strength 40.00 lbs/in
Elongation Percent 100.00%

Testing Info: Peel adhesion: PSTC-2, Tensile & Elongation%: ASTM D-412, Force to compress & Deflection%: ASTM D-1667, Compression Set%: NTP-37

SECONDARY PHYSICAL PROPERTIES
Water Resistant Yes
Water Absorption Percent 2%
Density Medium
Force-To-Compress 3.50
Compression Deflection % 2%
Compression Percent 8%
Hardness ShoreOO 28
Reinforcement No

THERMAL / ELECTRICAL PROPERTIES
Minimum Application Temperature 40°F
Minimum Service Temperature -15°F
Maximum Long-Term Temperature 160°F
Maximum Short-Term Temperature 160°F

74fj40
08-02-2010, 09:30 PM
going to the meeting on wednesday?

Inukshuk
08-02-2010, 09:57 PM
nope.

RockRunner
08-02-2010, 10:33 PM
Daniel, would this work as a sound dampening in the wheel wells? Or even doors for that matter? If so I would be interested, how soon do you need to get them gone?

Inukshuk
08-03-2010, 12:15 AM
Daniel, would this work as a sound dampening in the wheel wells? Or even doors for that matter? If so I would be interested, how soon do you need to get them gone?

Wheel wells - I don't think so. Doors, maybe, but I'd want to test a piece first to see if it holds water.

I'm ready to be rid of them but a few days or weeks is no biggie.