- Brand: Cedral®
- Model: 50mm Clad-tape
- Dimensions: 20,000mm x 50mm x 1mm
- SKU: 50mm WSCT
- Product code: P1-2185
- MPN: 50mm-Walther-Strong-Clad-tape
50mm Clad Tape Approved EPDM for Cedral Walther Strong is an approved EPDM that is completely water-tight and UV-stable to protect timber battens from moisture penetration.
Clad Tape should be used when installing Cedral Weatherboard Cladding (Lap and Click systems).
It's water and weather proof self-sealing tape with 25 years plus guarantee.
It's recommended to protect timber supports around doors and windows with Clad-tape.
The tape is self adhesive you may need to use pins to batten that are free from dust or dirt.
Walther Strong Cladtape should be installed before the installation of the cladding.
· Self-sealing tape.
· UV-stable tape.
· Non-butyl tape.
· Quick application.
· Completely water-tight.
· Completely weather-proof.
· Approved replacement to EPDM.
· Bond guaranteed for 25 years plus.
· Easy to slide boards along taped joists when installing.
· Tape doesn’t stick to itself on the adhesive side (no wastage).
How to apply clad tape?
· Clad Tape has been specifically designed to have a hassle-free application.
· With no liner like other traditional tapes, it takes seconds to apply a strip of Clad Tape down the face of every batten.
· The tape prevents any moisture getting in and slowly causing rot and at the same time allows the timber to breathe.
· Walther Strong Clad-Tape can be applied to the battens in advance to the cladding boards being fitted.
· It doesn’t deteriorate or affect the benefits and qualities of the tape.
*Further information may be found in our Downloads section.
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Datasheet ǀ Declaration of Performance - DoP ǀ BBA Certificate ǀ Installation Guide ǀ Certificates ǀ Brochure ǀ SPEC Sheet
|Material||Ethylene Propylene (synthetic rubber)|
|Durability||Minimum 25 years|
|Applications||Timber battens protection|
|Fixing method||Self adhesive roll|
|Features||Completely water-tight and UV-stable|
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