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Electrical Construction Tapes
Electrical tape is used to insulate electrical wires, preventing shorts and protecting against electrical shock. Most commonly, it is used to protect wire connections and repair minor wire damage. However, this tape should not be used on exposed bare wire.
Slightly stretch the tape and apply pressure while wrapping it around wires. Overstretching can weaken the tape and adhesive.
Our electrical tape is available in a variety of colors for color-coding wires including yellow, green, orange, purple, white, red, blue, gray, black, pink. You can find these in Tape Jungle’s 10 pack of electrical tape and our other widths of electrical tape.
Construction Safety Tapes
Safety tape is generally used in areas where safety and health hazards have been identified but not obvious to people who might enter the area. The reflective nature is used to clearly mark areas or objects by providing a reflective light that shines off the tape. Therefore the best uses of safety tape are for marking areas of caution or illuminating areas of danger before they are entered.
Reflective safety tape is pressure-sensitive with a liner and can stand up to any weather condition ranging from moisture to heat. Whether you realize it or not, you’ve seen different kinds of reflective tape in construction zones, delivery trucks, road signs, and construction sites.
Most likely you’ve barely noticed it since, until you look for it, reflective tape usually just hides in plain sight until you can’t avoid seeing it such as with our (HXREF) high-intensity retro-reflective tape
Striped fluorescent colored tapes are vivid, attention-getting colors. They are available in a variety of materials. Our black and yellow tape is retroreflective and visible at night while our red and white tape is visible from the rear of vehicles, trailers, boats, and other equipment and are durable with high-strength adhesive.
Duct Tapes for Construction
Duct tape is cloth- or scrim-backed pressure-sensitive tape that is frequently coated with polyethylene. The duct tape market continues to grow due to the increasing use of duct tape in the construction and automotive industries, a trend in the U.S. that began after World War II.
After, it was noticed to be a handy tool for home construction since the tape will conform well to irregular surfaces, and will not twist or curl during application. Great for waterproof packing, and bundling.
People were using it to hold metal air ducts together, so the company rebranded the product as “duct tape” and updated it with a matching silver color made from powdered aluminum.
In addition to silver, Tape Jungle also offers a wide range of colored duct tape, excellent for color coding for whatever your home construction project or building construction project needs.
Window Glazing Tape
Glazing tape is typically used during the installation process to prevent wind and water from entering by creating the inside seal between the insulated glass panel and the window sash/box.
Glazing tape is a cleaner and more convenient option overglazing putty and other messy or more difficult to apply products.
Used for sound and vibration dampening in business machines, industrial equipment, electronic component packaging and glass panel mounts, seals, gaskets, etc, our window glazing tape is an essential component to your construction site toolbox.
Painter’s Tape and Masking Tape for Construction
Masking tape, sometimes also referred to as painter’s tape is a type of pressure-sensitive tape made of a thin and easy-to-tear paper and an easily released pressure-sensitive adhesive for easy movement. As the name implies, it is used mainly in painting, to mask off areas that should not be painted.
Perhaps the most significant difference between masking and painter’s tapes is that painter’s tapes remove cleanly after the job is done – up to a certain amount of time – while masking tapes tend to leave residue behind if left up for the duration of a paint project.
Read more about the differences in our Masking Tape vs Painters Tape article.
Contact Tape Jungle for Bulk Construction Tape Orders
We often work with clients who have a big project on hand and are familiar with the kinds of needs they’ll have for their sites based on the industry. Don’t hesitate to contact us with any questions or to place an order for just the right construction tapes to get the job done.