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Nashua Tape

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Store SKU #915245

1.89 in. x 50 yd. 322 Multi-Purpose HVAC Foil Tape

$7.88 /roll
  • ALL-WEATHER performance ideal for indoor or outdoor uses
  • Reviewers claim best tape for joint and duct work for the price
  • Highly recommended by consumers for its easy use and durability

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Nashua 322 multi-purpose foil tape is specially designed for taping HVAC joints and seams against moisture and vapor and other general purpose repairs. Nashua Trusted Tapes get the job done right, the first time, every time.

  • Taping joints and seams in duct work for A/C, heating, and ventilation systems
  • Repairing, patching and seaming reflective insulation
  • Extreme high tack, aggressive adhesive provides an instantaneous and durable bond to surfaces
  • Performs in all weather applications from 40-200°F
  • Aluminum foil backing UV, moisture, mold and mildew resistant
  • Can contribute toward satisfying EQ credit 4.1 (low emitting materials) under LEED
  • UL 723 classified as to surface burning characteristics
  • Low VOC (Volatile Organic Compound) content

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How suitable is this for electrical applications?

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October 13, 2013
Is the surface of the tape conductive, or is it insulated with something like polyester film?
Is the adhesive conductive?
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Surface is conductive, adhesive is non-conductive, it can be used to make a Farday's cage for shielding electronics from RF interference, such as lining the body cavities of an electric guitar to stop the 60 cycle RF hum . However, copper tape is still a better choice since all the seams can be easily soldered to ensure good continuity for proper conductivity between pieces.
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November 16, 2015
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This tape is very useful for shielding electronic equipment against Electromagnetic Interference. For example, people use it for taping over the joint where a metal garbage can lid makes contact with the metal can itself. Equipment being stored inside the can is then protected from damage should an EMP occur. Without the tape, significant electromagnetic energy can find its way inside thru the thin gap Read More
This tape is very useful for shielding electronic equipment against Electromagnetic Interference. For example, people use it for taping over the joint where a metal garbage can lid makes contact with the metal can itself. Equipment being stored inside the can is then protected from damage should an EMP occur. Without the tape, significant electromagnetic energy can find its way inside thru the thin gap between the closed lid and can. Read Less
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Columbia, MO, USA
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January 14, 2015
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This tape should not be used as an insulator in electrical applications. With that said, it is also not very useful as a conductive surface for low voltage applications.
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January 13, 2015
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This is an aluminum foil product. I do not believe it is recommended for electrical use
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Boise, ID, USA
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December 10, 2014
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I do not believe the tape is insulated with any film that would render it non-conductive.
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December 10, 2014
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not suitable for electrical only for HVAC pipes
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Minneapolis, MN
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September 24, 2014
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No way! Use electrical tape.
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Geneva IL
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July 15, 2014
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Not suitable because of metal in tape
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Chiloquin, OR 97624, USA
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I do not believe that this product would be proper for electrical uses.
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This is not for electrical use.
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May 13, 2014
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I would not use this in an electrical application.
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St. Louis, MO, USA
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December 24, 2013
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I do not recommend this for any electrical application. I do not think it is insulated. Will not be safe. Use black electrical tape instead.
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Bangor, Washington
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December 16, 2013
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NO. Don't use on electrical it is conductive, just go ahead and buy electrical tape or vulcanized rubber for your electircal purposed
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October 14, 2013
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Thank you for your question. The tape backing is made from aluminum which does conduct electricity. The rubber adhesive however, does not, and will act as an insulator. HOWEVER, Nashua Tape does not recommend 322 foil tape for use in electrical applications. An excellent choice for insulating electrical wires, cables, and connections is NASHUA STRETCH & SEAL, available now through THE HOME DEPOT.
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installing vent fan in bath is this a good tape for taping air vent tube to fan exhaust?

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September 6, 2013
I need a good durable tape that won't break down in the heat and humidity of an attic.
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Yes this product works perfect.
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January 13, 2015
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It's like heavy duty Reynolds wrap with glue. It comes in various widths.
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Kirkland, WA
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December 31, 2014
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Yes, this is perfect for that application. I just used it for exactly the same thing. It won't dry out and get brittle over time like a cloth backed tape will.
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Boise, ID, USA
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The tape is thin but strong and has good adhesive qualities. I believe it would work well in the attic conditions you describe.
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December 10, 2014
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It is good
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November 6, 2014
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yes this would be great. I used it and was very happy.
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Yes this what most a/c electrical contractors use. Make sure the surface of the outlet of the fan is clean and oil free. Run one piece around, squeeze it around the pipe then use a squeegee to rub it down. You can decide how many times, layers, you need. If you are attaching the pipe after the fan to galvanized piping, say to a roof cap with a pipe sticking down thru the roof make sure it is clean and Read More
Yes this what most a/c electrical contractors use. Make sure the surface of the outlet of the fan is clean and oil free. Run one piece around, squeeze it around the pipe then use a squeegee to rub it down. You can decide how many times, layers, you need. If you are attaching the pipe after the fan to galvanized piping, say to a roof cap with a pipe sticking down thru the roof make sure it is clean and oil free. If it is brand new pipe you might want to wipe it down with white vinegar. Read Less
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July 15, 2014
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Yes but still good idea to use a few sheet metal screws to add to strength.
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We used this for our dryer vent, from the dryer to the floor exit. Sealed very well. I think it would work for your project.
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May 13, 2014
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I would think it would be ideal as it has an operating temperature rating of -10 to +325 degrees.
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Go ahead this will work great for your application. foil backed tape works well and will last longer in the temp changes for an exhaust fan in the bathroom
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September 10, 2013
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Hello curious!
You nailed it!
The aluminum tape is exactly the right material.
It is very sticky and will not release when exposed to heat and cold.
Duct tape, on the other hand, will release after several years exposure.
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Is this product good for sealing ducts in my forced air heating system?

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August 20, 2013
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Yes if properly applied.
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yes it will work great for that type of installation
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Yes, but make sure things are clean and oil free. Also use a squeegee to rub the tape down. You can also use a combination of nylon duct and foil tape, depending what you are trying to attach or seal.
I also like to use a combo. of tape and MASTIC when I am looking for a permanent seal. If you are attaching say flex duct to a metal collar get some plastic tie straps, you know like the police use. Then
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Yes, but make sure things are clean and oil free. Also use a squeegee to rub the tape down. You can also use a combination of nylon duct and foil tape, depending what you are trying to attach or seal.
I also like to use a combo. of tape and MASTIC when I am looking for a permanent seal. If you are attaching say flex duct to a metal collar get some plastic tie straps, you know like the police use. Then tape ,then mastic.
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You should use duct mastic for air sealing ducts. Works great and less expensive. You could use especially close to the furnace in a rush. Prefer silicone caulk near the furnace where there is more pressure.
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I believe that this tape would work on the ducts of your heating system. We used it on our dryer and it is functioning as intended.
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I would think so, This is the same type of product that my own HVAC installer used on the last two HVAC systems that were installed for me.
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Wed, that is exactly what I used this tape for, and it is doing the job perfectly!
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Given that it has a 200 degree heat rating, I would say yes.
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Yes, I used it for that purpose.
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December 16, 2013
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works great for sealing ducts, that is what i bought it for and so far it is working great. I can't feel air flow past the seams anymore which i could before i taped them. This is the stuff a buddy of mine who works in heating and cooling told me to get and it seams to work great
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August 22, 2013
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Absolutely Wes!
Foil tape is very sticky and will withstand the temperature changes to which ductwork is exposed.
Standard duct tape often looses adhesion over time, but foil tape will last indefinitely.
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Is this the right kind of tape to use on a dryer vent?

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August 17, 2013
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I used this on my dryer vent 3 years ago and its still sealed like the first day even after the cat walked on it. It was easy to use and worked perfectly.
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Yes great durability and hold
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If you are using it on a smooth galvanized pipe connection I believe it would be satisfactory.
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Perfect the vent
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Yes , but remember if you need to take it apart to say clean the line later and it is that thin flexible foil flex , you will probably rip it apart. If it is galvanized to galvanized pipe yes it ,the tape, will make a good seal as long as it is clean and oil free. I always use stainless steel adjustable clamps. You can always use it to make repair.
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Sure. It will work.
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We used this tape on our dryer vent, from the dryer to the floor exit. It works very well.
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May 27, 2014
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Yes, it would work well for that, although I'd be cautious about 'filling' large gaps, as the adhesive will catch lint.
Dryer vents shouldn't really need too much tape - I use none.
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I used it on my dryer vent. It was also recommended to use on my dryer when I converted it from back vent to bottom vent.
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Yes, it should work on dryer vent. I used it on HV/AC ductwork.
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Yes, Nashua 322 is a good choice for sealing dryer vent seams.
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Rated 4.6 out of 5 by 186 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Handy for High Temperature Use I use this tape for securing wheel weights on my race car. It's useful where temperature resistance is required because the foil backing doesn't melt or burn, and the adhesive stays sticky. It's a must-have for emergency repairs, and without it, my wheel weights wouldn't stay put! August 22, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Very neat tape, handy for random projects around the house I used this tape when replacing the insulation around my dishwasher. I purchased the UltraTouch Radiant Barrier material online and picked up a roll of this tape at my store. It's the first time I've used foil tape, so I wanted to give it a try. It worked great for my project. It adhered very well to the radiant barrier, and sealed it up perfectly. A few days later, I needed a stiff tape to repair a screen door. This tape worked perfectly, adding some stiffness to the floppy piece of screen material. The adhesive is strong, but the tape could still be removed without damaging the screen once the repair was done. I don't do any HVAC work, but I'll definitely be finding uses for this tape for odd jobs around the house. May 22, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by it does the job It's tape, but a different. It seems to have great sealing ability and because it's designed to be used on metal surfaces along with clamps I was pleasantly surprised to see that it was really sticky and worked very well. It's an additional barrier for air escape with dryer vent hookups. September 20, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Love It! Love It! The bulb in my fridge didn't come with a protective case around it, causing the bulb to scorch the "ceiling" of my fridge when I had left it open to clean out and wipe down the inside. I saw on Pintrest where someone else had the same problem and fixed it with this tape. I tried it and absolutely love it! September 13, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by This tape works I have an older home and the heating and A/C unit has not been replaced. After a recent tune up I noticed the unit had some air leaks and needed to be resealed. I removed the old tape and this tape went on easy and stayed in place. I have no more air leaks and it looks good. September 20, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great Product Serves it's propose well. I have sealed ducts with it in the past, this past use was for sealing seams in aluminum flashing to seal up walls in a sauna. Worked really well. September 21, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Nashua tape Excellent product at a reasonable price. Provided outstanding seam sealing on a/c vent opening fabrication September 21, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Paint Paint is Gliden. It will cover in 2 coats. It could be better but it isn't. It cleans easy and looks good after 2 coats. The coverage area is fair to good. September 13, 2016
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