The Ultimate Duck Tape is a versatile product which has thousands of uses including temporary repairs both inside and outside in the workplace, garden and home.
Ultimate Duck Tape Key Facts:· Dimensions – 50mm x 25m
· Adhesive is 50% stronger than most other tapes
· Sticks to most surfaces
· Toughened Fabric Layer
· 100% Waterproof
· Multi-purpose uses
· Temperature range -5⁰ to +60⁰
Duck Tape is a multi-purpose, is easy-to-tear and 100% waterproof making it ideal for many different applications.
Characteristics:This Duck Tape is made unique by the triple layer technology which gives it an added edge over normal adhesive tape. These three key layers include:
1. Super Strong Adhesive
2. Toughened Fabric Layer
3. Waterproof layer
These combine to create a versatile, fabric-reinforced and heavy-duty Duck Tape which can be used on products exposed to water and in environments with temperatures varying from -5⁰ to +60⁰.
Use:This Duck Tape is 100% waterproof however it must be applied on a clean, dry surface which is free of dust and grease. This Ultimate Duck Tape is not suitable for total immersion in water.
The Ultimate Duck Tape is a leader in cloth adhesive tapes due to its innovative design and high quality manufacturing. An essential product to always have on-hand, Duct Tape has never been better than this.
What's in a name?There has always been some disagreement over the name; some say “duck tape” others say “duct tape” for those that are interested here is the theory behind the name:
The theory is that a product similar to “duck tape” was issued to the soldiers of World War 2 so that they could make running repairs on their kit. The waterproof and water-shedding quality of the tape was noticed by the soldiers and with the analogy, “like water off a duck's back” it was named duck tape by the soldiers. The theory is further expanded that when the soldiers returned home to various trades it was used to seal ducts in buildings and to seal joints on ductwork and this is where the theory comes from that the name is duct tape.
In 1945 there was an army surplus advert for “cotton duck tape”