S1030 - Hot Melt Adhesive Tape


This is a non-flame retarded hot melt black adhesive tape which is based on EVA/polyamide polymers. The tape is often pre-applied to moulded shapes and the pre-coat designation is /180. lt has an operating temperature of -80°C to +80°C. This product is recommended for high flexibility at low temperatures.

Colour: Black
Dimensions: Width: 20mm
Thickness: 0.3mm
Packaging: 10mtr roll
Specification: RK6017


S 1030 tape is recommended for marine applications where salt water is a threat. The adhesive is very user-friendly in that it exhibits excellent flow extremely quickly when heated under normal installation conditions. Not recommended where aggressive solvents may be present. Also not recommended for terminations under in-service flexural stress at temperatures above 40°C. S 1030 exhibits good adhesion to a wide range of substrates and has become the recommended hot melt adhesive for System 100, i.e., Zerohal tubing and  cable jackets, - 100 moulded shapes. Recommended with –25 moulded shapes, DR25 tubings, FDR cable jackets, RNF, RW-175, Polyurethane materials. Can be used as a repair adhesive in conjunction with RP-4800 tubing and also with S1081 harness repair tape.

Installation Guidelines

Prepare surfaces to be bonded by abrading the substrate using 100 Grit Abrasive cloth. Cut required amount of adhesive tape and position as required. Apply a small amount of heat to secure adhesive tape in place. As a general guide, two wraps of adhesive tape should be applied. When using adhesive tape with a Raychem Adaptor, the knurled area and the recess lip, should both be applied with the adhesive tape. When second surface to be bonded is heated and recovered, post heat all bonds for at least 60 seconds. As a general guide the CV 1981 Heat Gun should be on setting 7 with a PR26 or PR51 Reflector fitted. Allow bonds to cool before flexing.

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