Seals and repairs leaky, galvanised roof sheeting, gaps and overlaps, valley gutters, downpipes, roof screws, pipe vents, ridging and capping, metal boxes, window frames and parapet wall joints.
- Self adhesive to metal, plastics, primed concrete and self
- Protective layer of 50 micron.
Surface to be covered must be clean, sound, dry and free of any grease, oils and loose materials. Allow material to warm in sun before application.
super laykold tape is supplied in rolls ready for use.
Use size as required to cover area necessary.
Choose the correct width of super laykold tape for the area to be sealed, ensuring a 40 mm overlap is achieved. Cut the correct length ensuring a 50 mm overlap is achieved. All gaps need to be ﬁlled prior with bitu.®seal plastic or cement before applying the super laykold tape. Peel back 150 mm of the backing paper from the one end and then press the tape onto the surface. Continue pressing well into angles and grooves along the tape, while removing the adequate amount of backing paper. Remove air bubbles by smoothing from centre towards edges and ﬁrmly press edges down.
Tools, brushes and mixing equipment should be cleaned immediately after use and before material has set with abe® super brush cleaner followed by washing with soap and water.
Protection / Maintenance on completion
super laykold tape is to be left with the aluminium protective layer as is after application.
super laykold tape is supplied in rolls of varying sizes:
- 2.5 m x 50 mm
- 2.5 m x 100 mm
- 2.5 m x 150 mm
- 5 m x 100 mm
- 5 m x 150 mm
- 10 m x 75 mm
- 10 m x 100 mm
- 10 m x 150 mm
- 10 m x 225 mm
Handling & Storage
Shelf life of 12 months, but shorter if in extreme conditions. Keep tightly sealed in a dry cool place in the original packaging.
super laykold tape must not be applied in freezing, wet or foggy conditions. Product (black side) can be heated in the sun for better adhesion.
Health & Safety
Product safety information required for safe use is not included. Before handling, read product and safety data sheets and container labels for safe use, physical and health hazard information. The safety data sheet is available from your local a.b.e.® Construction Chemicals branch.