3M™ Vinyl Tape 471 is commonly used for marking hazards and aisles, color-coding, paint masking, decorative trim, splicing, and more. Made from vinyl backing with rubber adhesive, this versatile tape resists scrapes, wear, and weathering for long lasting use.
Maintains vivid color even when exposed to abrasion and solvents
Ideal for floor marking and safety identification
Allows fast and easy application to a variety of surfaces
Easy removal with no adhesive transfer makes cleanups efficient
3M™ Vinyl Tape 471 sticks on contact to a wide variety of surfaces for fast application with no dripping, drying, or cleanup necessary, and removes cleanly, leaving no sticky residue. Vinyl tape is highly conformable, making it easy to apply to curved areas as well as rough or uneven surfaces. Available in many distinctive colors.
3M™ Vinyl Tape 471 can be used in temperatures ranging from 40–170°F.
Vinyl tapes are used to clearly mark lanes, corridors and hazardous or no-go areas in factories, warehouses, and hospitals. Using vinyl tape for lane marking instead of painting eliminates the need to ventilate paint solvents and since vinyl tapes can be removed quickly and cleanly, they are also a faster, more versatile, and less costly option than painting. These rugged tapes are also used in automotive maintenance and repair, construction, marine, commercial vehicle, and other industries.
Adhesion to Steel oz/in (N/100 mm)
Fine Line Masking, Sealing Plate Edges Against Ink Penetration, Safety & Hazard Marking, Color Coding Tools & Equipment
Backing Thickness (metric)
Transportation, Specialty Vehicle, Automotive, Military & Government, General Industrial, MRO
36 Linear Yard
Maximum Operating Temperature (Celsius)
76 Degree Celsius
Maximum Operating Temperature (Fahrenheit)
170 Degree Fahrenheit
US Govt A-A-1793, Lockheed Martin 0-00112, Filmtec 471, Federal Spec MIL STD 2041 D, Abbott Laboratories 17-0073 w/exceptions, United Launch Alliance H/PS 2-00271 (A-A 1689), Navy WS26054