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2 in. x 15 ft. Foam and Foil Pipe Wrap Insulation Tape

  • Use to insulate both hot and cold pipes
  • On hot pipes helps stop heat loss, cold pipes helps stop sweating
  • 1-step installation,Dampens sound and vibrations
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Product Overview

The Thermwell Products Co., Inc. 2 in. x 15 ft. Foam and Foil Pipe Wrap Insulation Tape features a one-step installation and can be used to insulate both hot and cold pipes. This insulation tape dampens sound and vibration.
  • Use to insulate both hot and cold pipes
  • On hot pipes, it helps stop heat loss
  • On cold pipes, it helps stop sweating and dripping
  • 1-step installation
  • Dampens sound and vibrations
  • Obsoleted as per IBI Request
  • Click here to learn more about Eco Options and Energy Efficiency

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Specifications

Dimensions

Maximum compatible pipe size (in.)
6
Product Depth (in.)
0.125
Product Height (in.)
2.0
Product Length (in.)
180 in
Product Width (in.)
.125

Details

Accessory Type
Insulation
Compatible Pipe Material
Copper
Features
Fire Rated,Self-Sealing
Insulation R-Value
2.0
Minimum compatible pipe size (in.)
0.375
Pack Size
1
Pipe or Fitting Product Type
Accessory
Product Weight (lb.)
.4375
Returnable
180-Day

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
N

Questions & Answers

46Questions44Answers

Can this be used on plastic tubing? My dishwasher drain line freezes in winter.

Asked by Sara January 1, 2018
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This is an insulated wrap that is sticky on one side, so it should stick to the plastic tubing. I have wrapped pvc and copper pipes with it and neither have ever froze with this on them.

Can this tape be used to stop leaking pipe in basement under bathroom?

Asked by Lenny May 12, 2018
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If the pipe is DRIPPING due to condensation, yes. Thats what I used it for in my basement so my gym equipment wouldnt rust! If you mean theres a split or a bad seal in a pipe and its physically leaking, than no you have to seal the leak.

I'm insulating Glycol lines in a brewery, I'm using Everbilt foam self seal pipe insulation, woul...

Asked by Jon July 17, 2018
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The adherence strength of this tape is not very strong. Also If the glycol is cold, I fear that Your seal would not be dependable enough to prevent pipe sweating, which would more than likely destroy the adherence. I used the tape to insulate the exterior of an egg incubator molded plastic construction operating at 100 degrees, with no concern for moisture or sweating. Your insulation mfgr. should be able to recommend a suitable product. PS: If you can get the butts tight enough, You might have success with aluminum duct sealing tape which offers a very strong bond to smooth non porous surfaces. H.D. sells that also. Good luck !!!!!!!!!

is this tape heat resistant,if it is up to which degree....?

Asked by sebas June 11, 2019
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This is not heat resistant. Heat resistant tape will NOT have any foam (etc). Just ask you Home Depot employee for help finding heat resistant tape. It costs more...

does this reduce the sound of water running?

Asked by Ruthanne May 26, 2020
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No

How many linear feet of 1 1/4" pipe will 1 roll cover

Asked by Hb December 2, 2018
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I was able to wrap 5-1/2 feet of 2 inch pipe with approximately 1/2 inch overlap - 1-1/2 inch exposed.

Whats the coldest temperature this insulation will protect from?

Asked by jrod November 8, 2013
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I live in south Texas and have used it only as low as 28 degrees.

On a hot water tank pipes, how close to a single wall exhaust flue can this insulation be? Is it ...

Asked by RGS January 12, 2018
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I went right up to it.It has held HOT temps as well as COLD temps.Very good Tape.I would say NON combustable

Can E/O 2 in. x 15 ft. Foam and Foil Pipe Wrap Insulation Tape be used on metal pipes also.

Asked by Valerie March 13, 2018
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As long as they are bone dry to start out with.

Can I use this outdoors on the HVAC line that runs into my home? (to aid the foam tube insulation that's ragged).

Asked by Elle April 25, 2020
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I do not know. Call an HVAC company to inqire...ask if insulation can be protected with some type of material. Or, replace the foam tube insulation.

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I live in the mountains in Colorado and this keeps my water running year around!!
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This helps give extra protection to exposed water pipes....
This helps give extra protection to exposed water pipes.
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Worked very well wrapping my air conditioning lines and the...
Worked very well wrapping my air conditioning lines and the pipes inside my house. However, for outdoor use you will need to cover this foam-tape with a layer of duct tape or something like that because the back is not super sticky.
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Doesn’t stick together well
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Worked great for wrapping some water lines...
Worked great for wrapping some water lines
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Excellent insulation....
Excellent insulation.
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