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Polyethylene Foam Tape - All Purpose Foam Sealing Tape - Black or White - Single Sided

General Purpose Foam Sealing Tape
  • Low cost, general purpose foam tape
  • Rubber based adhesive on one side
  • FDA approved for incidental food contact* - white foam only
  • Provides cushioning and sealing
  • Typical applications include food service, point of purchase, spacer tape and general gasketing
  • Supplied with kraft release paper liner
  • Bulk discounts available for purchases of 5 or more
  • NEW! 1/16" thick PE is also available in gray

Available Product Options (priced per box)

1/16" x 2" x 150' Polyethylene Foam Tape
Part # TBD by Color
Units per Box 3 rolls/ctn
Width 2"
Roll Length 150'
(450' total)
Thickness 0.06"
Price $65.79
Starting from: 5 cartons $58.29
Starting from: 10 cartons $53.46
Quantity (full cartons) 
1/16" x 2" x 150 Polyethylene Foam Tape
1/16" x 2" x 150 Polyethylene Foam Tape
1/16" x 2" x 150 Polyethylene Foam Tape
1/16" x 2" x 150' Polyethylene Foam Tape

0.06 in. x 2.00 in. x 150 ft. Polyethylene Foam with an aggressive rubber based adhesive on one side. Supplied with a white kraft release liner. Packaged 3 rolls per carton. Available in gray, black or white. Formerly part #33314-00081, 33314-00082

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Shipping Information

  • Ships in 1 to 3 business days.
  • Check standard UPS transit times here
  • Typical box dimensions: 17" x 17" x 7" @ 5 lbs. each
  • Expedited shipping available*
    * still subject to 1 - 3 days processing in our warehouse. Expedites apply to transit time.

Common Applications

  • Food Service
  • Commercial Refrigerators
  • All Purpose Industrial Gasketing
  • Insulation Sealing
  • Sound Damping
  • Point of Purchase
  • Spacer Tape
  • Construction and Housing

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