The function of hatch cover tapes is to protect the metal hatch covers on carriage ships against leakage of water into the carriage area. Extreme weather conditions often damage hatch covers making them prone to leakage which may lead to the damage of goods being shipped.
Mareflex MF-30 Hatch Cover Tape is a self-adhesive material which can protect goods against damage caused by water leakage. MF-30 Tape is a very enduring material and guarantees protection in all weather conditions.
Mareflex MF-30 is composed of a bituminous mass which has the appropriate viscidity and is protected by polypropylene foil from one side and a release liner from the other. The tape is available in 20 meter rolls 100 and 150mm wide.
|Product code||Single roll size||Amount of rolls in a box||Box weight||Box size||IMPA|
|MF30/100||100mm x 20m||3||18kg||26cm x 26cm x 31cm||23 24 54|
|MF30/150||150mm x 20m||2||18kg||26cm x 26cm x 31cm||23 24 55|
Maintenance and storing
Material should be stored in a dry and cool area and used within 16 months after goods receipt. It is recommended to store the rolls in the original packaging.
Mareflex provides the tapes in ready-to-sell, separate, cartoon boxes containing 3 rolls of MF30-100 or 2 rolls of MF30-150. Appropriate information is printed on each carton box.
The distribution of the MF30 Hatch Cover Tape is served exclusively by our partner company Mareflex GmbH.
- Before applying the Hatch Cover Tape clean the surface to which it is to be applied thoroughly and make sure that the hatch cover is free of any salt from the sea-spray.
- The surface must be dry before tape application.
- In cold weather conditions use a torch to heat up the tape to achieve a better adhesive performance. The flame should be applied to the black surface after removing the release liner. Be careful not to use the torch in a fire danger areas.
- Immediately after heating apply pressure to stick the tape onto the surface before the tape cools. This which will ensure optimum adhesion.
|Thickness (total):||2 mm|
|Shelf life||16 months when properly stored|