Densyl Tape is composed of a non-woven synthetic fabric carrier, fully impregnated with a neutral compound based on saturated petrolatum and inert siliceous fillers.
CSA Z245.30 compliant; Meets AWWA C217 Standard
Meets NACE RP0375-2006
Not effected by water, acid, salts or soil organics
Encapsulation of lead paint
Contains no solvents
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Densyl Tapes are designed to withstand extreme temperature variations
Easy application from arctic to tropical temperatures
Can be applied above and below ground
Applied to marginally prepared surfaces (SSPC SP 2-3)
The tapes provide long term corrosion protection to pipes, flanges, valves and related surfaces
Can be applied to cold, wet surfaces
Ready for immediate service after application
Conforms to irregular shapes and profiles
Can the product freeze?
Yes, but for ease of application and product longevity, we recommend storing the tape in a cool and dry place.
What is the temperature range?
This is not applicable to Petrolatum Tapes as they are cold applied tapes. However, you would want to avoid applying the tapes above their maximum service temperatures.
Do I need to use Paste?
Yes. Paste is a critical part of the corrosion prevention system. It displaces moisture on the surface to be coated and pacifies the steel.
What kind of Paste do I use with the different kinds of Denso Tape?
Denso Paste is to be sued with the Denso LT and Densyl Tape systems. Denso Paste S105 is very effective under water or on very wet metal surfaces. Denso Paste HT should be used with Denso Hotline Tape.