Seam Sealing Tape for ProSoft® PUL & ProCare® Fabrics

Seam Sealing Tape for ProSoft® PUL & ProCare® Fabrics

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Seam Sealing Tape for ProSoft® PUL & ProCare® Fabrics

Seam Sealing Tape

Made in USA

Can be used with ProSoft® PUL & ProCare® fabrics

Availability: In stock - Reorderable

PRICE: US $200.00

PRICE: US $200.00
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  • AX PFOA Free
  • AY PFAS Free
  • AZ BPA Free
  • Made in USA
  • Waterproof


  • A 2 layer seam tape designed to seal sewn seams on light to medium weight PUL, ProCare or other polyurethane or vinyl coated fabrics - NOT recommended to replace stitching.
  • The adhesive side is smooth, the outer barrier side is slightly rough. You can feel the difference. On the roll, the adhesive is on the inner side of the tape.
  • The tapes are designed for application over sewn seams of fabrics to make them wind/water proof.
  • Seam sealing tape provides consistent leak prevention, even when applied at high temperatures. The increased melt flow of the adhesive layer helps promote a proper seal of crossover seams.
  • It is recommended to be applied using professional grade sewing machines with an attachment for seam sealing, or other commercial hot air taping, laser, RF welding or ultrasonic machines at a moderate temperature and high line speeds.
  • For small applications it is possible to apply using a home iron. Place the smooth adhesive side of the tape over the seam to overlap the seam and the fabric edge. Place some silicone paper (any substrate, such as PTFE paper, to protect the tape from sticking to the iron) paper over the tape and press using a hot iron. Steam irons do not work on this, as the holes may prevent application of proper pressure and heat. Just a plain hot iron.
  • The recommended temperatures for sealing must be between 98°C/194°F and 160°C/320°F. Temperatures lower or higher may not provide a waterproof seal. Different fabrics may require a different setting.
  • Designed for sealing on polyurethane and vinyl substrates. May not work on other fabrics.
  • *Recommended parameters for using with a Hot air sealer are: Temperature: 350°C to 700°C, Time: 4.0 to 7.0 m/min, Pressure: 3.92 bar
  • *Recommended bonding conditions will vary between machinery, fabrics and applications. Optimal bonding conditions should be established by the user for each application prior to production.
Approx Width
7/8" / 22 mm

Approx Thickness


Very Good

Dry Cleaning

Adhesive Softening Point
88°C / 190°F*

Barrier Softening Point
175°C / 347°F*


Physical and performance characteristics shown are as provided by the vendor and do not represent a guarantee of product performance. Individual rolls may vary slightly from these averages. The user has to determine whether the product is fit for a particular purpose and application.

The information listed above has been obtained from controlled laboratory tests and is reliable, but should not be used for the purpose of writing specifications. It is offered in good faith, but without guarantee, as conditions and methods of use of our products are beyond our control. It is recommended that the prospective user determine the product suitability before adapting for commercial use.

(* Measured by TMA, ThermoMechanical Analysis)

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Product Label Seam Sealing Tape

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