Scotch 2242 Electrical tape is an economical, general purpose, rubber tape. The tape is a highly conformable, linerless EPR (Ethylene Propylene Rubber) based electrical insulating tape. The tape is designed for use in splicing and terminating wires and cables rated up to 90 C. Scotch 2242 will meet industry specifications for flame retardance and has the necessary physical and electrical properties to provide immediate moisture seals and void-free buildup.
It can be used as the primary insulation for cable splices and terminations; for moisture-sealing and insulating electrical connections; for bus bar insulation; to provide moisture-sealing of cable ends; and for wire and cable jacket repair.
It is black in color, has a five year shelf life and is available in three widths; 3/4" wide sold in individual rolls. 1-1/2" wide rolls, and 2" wide rolls both sold by the case only. All rolls are 15 feet long.