3M™ Thermosetable Glass Cloth Tape 365 is a thermosetable rubber resin adhesive tape coated onto a strong, conformable glass cloth backing. It can be used in many applications requiring high initial adhesion, high tensile strength and temperature resistance. It excels particularly well in splicing many materials with rough surfaces or low internal strength such as roofing felts and textiles.
Rubber resin adhesive will cross-link when exposed to a thermosetting cycle, providing greater adhesion and bonding, higher solvent resistance and higher heat resistance
Thermosetable adhesive provides good initial adhesion and tack and bonds well to a variety of materials
Glass cloth backing provides high tensile strength to aid in increased productivity
Durable backing will not shrink or rot and features good abrasion and puncture resistance for extended performance
Good solvent resistance produces excellent bond that remains affixed under a variety of conditions
Tape that Withstands
3M™ Thermosetable Glass Cloth Tape 365 is a white, 8.3 mil (0.20 mm) glass cloth tape with thermosetable rubber resin adhesive. It is designed for splicing textured surfaces, especially those materials which might require high tensile strength at elevated temperatures. The conformable backing provides high tensile strength and good solvent resistance. It will not shrink or rot, and is tough and durable with superior abrasion and puncture resistance. This tape will perform at high temperatures (up to 450°F/232°C).
Splicing and insulating applications requiring high tensile strength at elevated temperatures
As a corrosion resistant wrap on stainless steel hot air ducts
Splicing materials with rough surfaces or poor internal strength such as roofing felt, fiberglass or textiles
Heat Enhanced Adhesive
3M™ Thermosetable Glass Cloth Tape 365 features a rubber resin adhesive that provides good initial adhesion and high tack. When subjected to a thermosetting cycle it will cross-link, providing greater adhesion and bonding, higher solvent resistance and higher heat resistance. Thermosetting is frequently achieved by ironing or heating the backing once the tape is applied. High adhesion is obtained by optimizing the time, temperature and pressure of the heat applied.
Adhesion to Steel oz/in (N/100 mm)
Thermosetable Rubber Resin
Splicing Together Fiberglass Web
Backing Thickness (metric)
Transportation, Specialty Vehicle, Construction, Automotive, Military & Government, General Industrial, Aerospace