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ISOWINDOW FEBA SOFT ES

ISOWINDOW FEBA SOFT ES
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The tape consists of a fleece structure that can be plastered over and is coated with a high-performance adhesive. The back is completely adhesive and has split liners. The tape is suitable for bonding to the window assembly. Can be plastered and painted over. Working temperature: from -5 °C
  • FINGERLIFT
  • EASY TO DETACH

Available dimensions

Article number Type Roll width Roll length Split liner Carton Inquiry List
3FEBA75E ES 75 mm 25 m 15 / 60 6 rolls
3FEBA100E ES 100 mm 25 m 15 / 85 4 rolls

Field of application

  • for window installation inside

Advantages

  • „reversed-system“
  • „fingerlift“
  • soft flexible structure
  • extremely strong adhesion on all types of window
  • frame and various substrates e.g. concrete, plaster, OSB, wood, vapour barriers…
  • split liners
  • flexibility for movement of building component

Product data

The one-sided window tape consists of a fleece structure that can be plastered over and is coated with a high-performance adhesive. The back is completely adhesive and has split liners. The tape is suitable for bonding to the window assembly.
Material composition
Flexible fleece, laminated air-tight
Colour
White with blue ISOWINDOW print
sd-value
7 m
Temperature resistance
-40 °C
Temperature resistance
80 °C
UV-resistance
6 months
Working temperature
-5 °C
Working temperature
40 °C
Storage
12 months; cool and dry

Processing guideline

INFO

ISOWINDOW FEBA SOFT ES is attached to the window frame after installation. The fleece side of the tape can be plastered over and painted over and must face outwards. The wide adhesive surface of the tape is attached to the wall, wood, OSB or vapour barrier.
INFO

(1)

Cut the window tape with approx. 12 cm extra length. Pull the masking paper off the adhesive strip and press the adhesive tape carefully onto the window frame.
(1)

(2)

Make a fold or loop at the corners. To do so, press the window tape firmly to the window frame as far as the corner, then lift slightly, push the material along and turn 90 °.
(2)

(3)

Now continue to press the window tape onto the window frame. The ‘corner’ fold seals the corners optimally. Do this at every corner.
(3)

(4)

When the window tape is attached to the entire window frame and the joint insulated, pull off the wide masking paper and press onto the window frame.
The more pressure applied, the better the adhesion!
(4)