3M Prop Tape

3M Prop Tape
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Our Price:  £1.32(Inc. 20% VAT)(£1.10 Exc. VAT)
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Model:  250
Brand:  3M

Manufactured by 3M. Transparent, One inch wide and price is per foot (305 mm).

Price per foot (305mm)

3M self-adhesive protective tape. Used to protect the leading edge of propeller blades, or any other exposed part like the gear legs or struts, from stone chips and abrasion. The tape is supplied on a white plastic backing, it is clear/transparent and is made from Polyurethane. The tape is resistant to UV light and the adhesive is long-ageing.

 
 
3M™ Polyurethane Protective Tape 8672 is made from a tough abrasion resistant polyurethane elastomer that resists punctures, tearing, abrasion and erosion. It is formulated for resistance to ultraviolet light. Polyurethane Protective Tapes are constructed with a long-ageing, solvent resistant, pressure sensitive acrylic adhesive that is protected with an easy release plastic liner.
 
 

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Fitting Instructions:

First ensure the blade is clean, with no bugs or any residue present. Slightly stretch the tape and apply it along its middle to the very leading edge of the blade, so that you have equal amounts to fold round front and back. Slightly stretching the tape will allow it to take up any curve of the blade along the leading edge. Work it down into the prop leading edge using firm thumb pressure strokes. Then, use a firm pinching and stroking action between thumb and forefinger to roll it over the leading edge, expelling any air and working it into the blade surface. Continue to work it down using firm finger pressure. Once the tape is in place, trim the four right angle ends of the tape at 45 degrees using a very sharp blade. This stops the corners from lifting.