Internet #202280370

Model #0178502

Store SKU #178438

1/2 in. x 260 in. Thread Sealing PTFE Plumber's Tape

  • Plumbers tape helps to create a secure seal
  • Thread seal tape made with PTFE construction for longevity
  • Suitable for plastic, brass, copper, aluminum, and iron piping
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Price:
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Product Overview

This 1/2 in. x 260 in. PTFE Tape is compliant with federal specification T-27730A. The tape provides a strong tight seal for threaded joints and easily disassembles. Compliant with federal specification t-27730a.
  • Virgin white PTFE construction
  • Use on plastic, brass, copper, aluminum, galvanized-steel and black-iron piping (piping sold separately)
  • Provides a strong tight seal for threaded joints
  • Easy disassembly
  • Display only
  • Use on threaded joints

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Specifications

Dimensions

Container Size (oz.)
1
Product Depth (in.)
2.3
Product Height (in.)
0.8
Product Width (in.)
2.3

Details

Dry time (hours)
1
Maintenance, Repair & Supplies Product Type
Putty/Sealant
Pack Size
1
Returnable
180-Day

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
1 year

Questions & Answers

10Questions21Answers

is it good to use on gasoline

Asked by mason November 29, 2019
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No, you need high density. Look for pink.

Other than the color, what is the difference between white and pink Teflon tape?

Asked by GeneL October 9, 2018
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Pink is high density. It's just a higher grade for use on water lines. Unless you're working on something major or under higher pressures the white will probably work just as good for you.

Can I use this Teflon tape for high pressure hose?

Asked by hhhhh July 11, 2017
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sure, this is no problem. ptfe tapes with anti- high pressure. http://ptfe-tape.com

Can I use it on my leaky water heater.

Asked by Dawn April 30, 2017
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I'm not a plumber, but here is my thought: If the leak is coming from a threaded fitting to or from the heater, you could use it. But that's not likely. Usually when a water heater leaks it's from something inside the heater, mostly a damaged trank. Or maybe corrosion. Regardless, the tank then has to be replaced. Of course if it's under warranty, you should contact the installer.

Is it safe on lp gas hose threads

Asked by Amrepair April 24, 2017
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No, use yellow.

Can be used to seal gas pipe?

Asked by Ili April 13, 2017
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No, use yellow.

Is is possible to know the Date of Manufacture of the item I can buy? Is is possible to buy 2015 onwards manufactured tapes?

Asked by peter September 5, 2016
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If the carton packing shows manufacture date, it is better. But PTFE tape manufacture date is not important . http://ptfe-tape.com

Is this the kind you would use when putting on a new shower head?

Asked by Rholder September 3, 2016
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Yes! Just follow directions.

HOW COME IN EACH PACKAGE?

Asked by ERIKA April 17, 2015
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Answers

260 inches of 1/2 in tape is wound around the spool. Also sold is multiple rolls in one package.

Case Quantity & Price?

Asked by Jody December 2, 2014
1
Answer

You cannot order a case.

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Customer Reviews

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it worked
Its plumbers tape, not alot to go wrong. It stretched good, stuck to itself. No leaks.
by crazystang70
Good For Plumbing
Basic plumbing tape. Used it for my water tank water ports. It was very useful since one of my threads are a bit corded, but using this tape in combination with a stainless steel hose with gasket it did the job. I had no issues with the product. I would recommend taping in the direction of the pipe threads.
by FanMan
It's plumber's tape. You get over 20 feet of it for less than the price of a can of Coke. Buy a...
It's plumber's tape. You get over 20 feet of it for less than the price of a can of Coke. Buy a couple of rolls, toss them in the drawer, and never have leaks on anything again. New showerhead? Well, it should have come with some of this, but if it didn't, use this on the threads first! New garden hose/nozzle? Put this on both ends of the hose. New sink? I think you get the picture here. Works great, costs almost nothing. Can't ask for more.
by Nico
by AS
Very thin and flimsy to work with but got the...
Very thin and flimsy to work with but got the job done.
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