Splicing together flame-retardant panels to seal cargo area. 3M™ Glass Cloth Tape 398FR is used to seal thermal and acoustic insulation panels when high adhesion and flame resistance are needed.
Aerospace equipment manufacturers design airplanes to withstand cargo fires by lining cargo area with flame-retardant panels. Based on government regulations, these panels are required to be spliced together with a flame-retardant tape to completely seal cargo area. Tape must be durable, flame-retardant splicing tape that meets required government and aerospace industry regulatory.
Excellent aging properties: 3M pressure-sensitive acrylic adhesive provides superior adhesion levels to Tedlar and other surfaces for an extended period of time. Maintains adhesion in climate and temperature variability.
Conformable, durable backing: Conformable backing allows you to properly splice uneven Tedlar panels while maintaining high durability so product can resist wear from heavy bag traffic.
FAR flammability compliance: 3MTM Glass Cloth Tape 398FR offers superior protection as it exceeds industry flame retardant standards F.A.R. 25.853 (a) and 25.855 (d).
Aesthetics: The tape’s white color makes finished jobs look appealing.
Industry Specifications: FAR Flammability Compliance: Tape 398FR offers superior protection as it exceeds industry flame retardant standards F.A.R. 25.853 (a) and 25.855 (d).