• Rubber
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About Rubber Insulation Tapes

Rubber materials can be supplied as tapes cut to width to suit your individual dimensional requirements. They can be manufactured to incorporate a pre-laminated pressure sensitive adhesive on one side or without any self- adhesive. This format of rubber products are also referred to as rubber coils or rubber strips.

Rubber tape materials can be supplied in a range of synthetic qualities to suit your application requirements. Examples of synthetic qualities available for processing into rubber tapes include natural rubber, neoprene rubber, EPDM rubber and nitrile rubber.

We also supply silicone rubber tapes for high-temperature requirements and natural rubber tapes which have Water Council Approval for use in applications utilising potable water.

Rubber Tapes Capabilities

Rubber tapes are suitable for providing seals in a wide range of applications for industries such as:

  • Construction
  • Glass and Glazing
  • Transport and Logistics
  • Automotive
  • Electronics
  • Engineering

Alanto’s rubber tape requires little compression to provide a seal against the ingress of air, dust, fibres, moisture, water and UV light. They have been developed to be robust and long-lasting – a quality that makes rubber tapes suitable in a wide range of applications.

Our cutting facilities allow us to produce solid rubber tapes in widths from 4 mm upwards to the maximum roll width which is normally 1.4 meters. We supply rubber tapes in a thickness range from 0.8 mm upwards.

Isolation tape

Alanto’s isolation tape comes in a range of materials, sizes and thicknesses.

Each of the materials mentioned above can be formed into a flanking strip that can be used in a range of applications. A self-adhesive side is applied to one surface of the tape to fix the product in place for continued ease of use.

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Sound isolation tape/ acoustic isolation tape

We supply a range of materials that can be manufactured into a sound isolation tape that delivers excellent acoustic benefits. One primary use of this tape is for perimeter isolation. Perimeter isolation is a method of installing building materials in the construction industry. Alanto’s isolation tape can be used to separate structural elements, helping to reduce cracking when structures begin to move over time. Another key benefit of isolation tape when used in its perimeter application, is the sound control benefits that it creates.

Thermal isolation tape

As well as acoustic tape, sound isolation tape provides excellent thermal and weather sealant opportunities. Weather tight in the most severe of external conditions, isolation tape provides a seal against heavy downpours and the ingress of harsh wind. Depending on the choice of material, the composition is able to expand and contract according to environmental changes. In addition, many materials have the ability to withstand both high and low temperatures.

Isolation tape for dissimilar metals

Many of Alanto’s broad choice of materials have the ability to resist a range of chemicals. Isolation tape can also be used with a range of metal structures and, due to the addition of its thermal properties, can withstand a range of environments in a variety of applications.

Are you interested in knowing more about isolation tape? Alanto has been providing high-quality solutions since 2002 and is expert in the cellular foam and rubber industry. We take bespoke orders exactly to your specification – get in touch today for more information.