LevelWrap self-fusing silicone rubber tape 25mm / 1″ wide

  • continuous use up to 200°C (392°F)
  • on rolls of little less than 11 meters (12 yards)
  • contrary to Pyrotape selfadhesive, without a binding agent

LevelWrap® can be applied for each diameter, also for wrapping up thickenings on already existing installations or installed cable(bundle)s and collets. Insulates, protects against lower heats, moist and weather influences.

  • Shipped on average within 5 working days
  • This is the only available width and an alternative for insulation sleeves and protective covers with Velcro 
  • For single-use and repairs on insulation

 31.45 103.33 ex VAT

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LevelWrap® is a self-vulcanizing re red silicone rubber tape which is applied for use between -50°C to 200°C. This tape is self-adhesive without a binding agent, leaves no traces after removal and is equipped with a blue signal line.

Characteristics: Supplied on rolls of 12 yards = +/- 10,97 with a width of 25mm (1″), LevelWrap® fuses within 4 hours at chamber temperatures and within 4 minutes when heated at 170°C. Absorbs less than 3% water (according to the MIL-I-46852 method) and is weather and UV-resistant. Packed in polyethylene LevelWrap has a shell-life of 12 months between -12°C and 21°C.

Applications: end winding insulation. protection of cables/wires, insulation of collets and cable-connections, repairs of insulation.

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Installation: Applying insulating tape is similar to wrapping the handle of a tennis racket or hockey stick. With approx. 50% overlap, the objects to be shielded and/or insulated can be wrapped almost straight and diagonally.

Additional information




11 meters, 55 meters




-192℃ to 130℃, 130℃ to 200℃

Measurement ID

> Ø 100mm, < Ø 10mm, Ø 10mm – Ø 20mm, Ø 20mm – Ø 40mm, Ø 40mm – Ø 60mm, Ø 60mm – Ø 80mm, Ø 80mm – Ø 100mm


Electro technics, Industry, Insulation, Personnel protection, Petro chemical, Protection of equipment, Resist process influences