UL Yellow Gas Line Tape (100PSIG Rated)

UL Yellow Gas Line Tape (100PSIG Rated)


TOMBO Yellow Gas Line Tape
is a specially certified PTFE Thread Seal Tape for the Oil and Gas industry.

The ultra high density of our TOMBO Yellow Gas Line Tape reduces the possibility of Liquid Petroleum Gas (LPG) and Compressed Natural Gas leakage through penetration.

Our TOMBO Yellow Gas Line Tape is certified by Underwriters Laboratory (UL) USA for usage in threaded assemblies handling Gasoline, Petroleum Oils, Propane, Butane, Naptha, Benzene, Kerosene, Natural Gas for pressures not over 100 PSIG (File No: MH 25476)

The TOMBO Yellow Gas Line Tape is also certified by the Australian Gas Association (AGA) under AG 208-1998, 'Approval Requirements For Jointing Compounds and Material For Use In Gas Pipe Joints'

Directions for Use

NG vapors can form a flammable mixture with air which, if ignited, may release explosive force causing structural damage.
  1. Place end of TOMBO Yellow Gas Line Tape on pipe thread 1/8" (3mm) from end of pipe.
  2. Wrap tape around pipe stretching slightly to pull tape into threads.
  3. Slight overlap on the starting turn.
  4. Cover all threads and pull hard to tear the tape.
  5. Assemble joint.

Characteristics & Conformances

  • Provides tight seal; permits easy disassembly
  • Flame resistant
  • Color coded 'YELLOW' for easy identification
  • No curing time required
  • Chemically inert and withstands solvents
  • Conformance to MIL SPEC A-A-58092


Composition: Min. 99% PTFE
Tape Color: Yellow
Thickness: .09mm (+/- 10%)
Density: 1.2g/cm3 (+/- 0.1G/cm3)
Temp. Range:  -100°C ~ +260°C
-212°F ~ +500°F
Pressure Range:  Certified by UL for handling hydrocarbons for pressures not over 100 PSIG.
Size Case/Pack
1/2" x 260"500

Yellow Tape, Yellow Cap, Yellow Spool

Natural Gas (NG) is one of the primary sources of energy in the industrial sector. It is used as a fuel feedstock and in a variety of industrial processes.

NG is now widely used for heating water, cooking, and drying clothes. Consumers prefer NG because it is a high quality and economical energy source.

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