Butyl tape with aluminium lamination

Butyl sealing tape with aluminium lamination

Art.-no. 087562035

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Butyl tape with aluminium lamination

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Butyl rubber assembly and sealing tape with permanently anchored aluminium lamination

Good UV, weather and water-resistance

The butyl tape can also be used for outdoor applications and is resistant to rain and all other weather conditions (not suitable for use under water).

Compatible with Plexiglas and Macrolon

The butyl tape can be used for sealing in conservatories and greenhouses without the fear of stress cracks forming (tested by Röhm).

Excellent adhesion to absorbent and non-absorbent surfaces.

Can be used on all surfaces found in the construction field, e.g. steel, aluminium, glass, plastic, wood, concrete, masonry, bitumen etc.

Butyl tapes are self-fusing

The tape is fully functional immediately after application and meets all the required properties.

Vapour diffusion-proof

The butyl tape enables waterproof sealing and prevents the penetration of moisture into the building.

The usage instructions are recommendations based on the tests we have conducted and are based on our experience; carry out your own tests before each application. Due to the large number of applications and storage and processing conditions, we do not assume any liability for a specific application result. Insofar as our free customer service provides technical information or acts as an advisory service, no responsibility is assumed by this service except where the advice or information given falls within the scope of our specified, contractually agreed service or the advisor was acting deliberately. We guarantee consistent quality of our products. We reserve the right to make technical changes and further develop products.

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Application area

Sealing of dome lights, window frames, slanted-roof glass structures (with press-on profile only), greenhouses, conservatories and other butt joints made from glass, plastic and metal.

Sealing of roof passages, rain gutter connections and connections between projecting roof and masonry.

  • The surfaces to be sealed must be dry, capable of bearing load and free from grease and dust.

  • The processing temperature should not be below +10°C.

  • Absorbent and porous surfaces must be pre-treated with Würth butyl/bitumen primer.

  • To obtain good initial adhesion to the surface, the tape should be pressed onto the surface and smoothed using a press-on roller or a similar tool.

  • Butyl has a "cold flow" tendency (flow characteristic of the tape). Therefore, the tape should always be fitted with a press-on profile to prevent the seal from slipping as a result of, for example, the weight of snow or backed-up water. If the tape is fitted or repaired without a press-on profile, there is a risk that the sealing tape may slip.

  • When using a press-on profile, the profile manufacturer's specifications regarding the width of the butyl tape must be observed.

  • Using excessive contact pressure on the profile will cause the sealing compound to be "pushed out". Never compress the butyl tape to the zero point (use the supplied disc as a spacer).

  • When sealing glass retainer profiles, the rubber profile may not lie on the sealing tape. The width of the butyl tape must be selected such that the tape is located between the rubber profiles.

Chemical basis

Butyl natural rubber


With aluminium lamination

Backing material

Aluminium composite foil


20 m



Total thickness

1.5 mm

Thickness of butyl compound

1.4 mm

Backing material thickness

0.04 mm


35 mm

Building material class/conditions

B2 / in accordance with DIN 4102

Ultraviolet resistance


Min./max. processing temperature

10 to 30 °C

Min./max. temperature resistance

-40 to 90 °C

Resistance against


Required accessory:

Primer Butyl primer


Improved adhesion on rough, porous and absorbent surfaces. Also suitable for bitumen tapes.
Press-on roller


For pressing on large areas of material bonded with contact adhesive
x 1 pcs

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Structure of our article number

The article number is made up of the following: VVVVAAABBB
VVVV = 4 digits for prefix number (please note that the first digit is currently always 0)
AAA = 3 digits for dimension part 1
BBB = 3 digits for dimension part 2

Example article number structures:
Example 1: Screw with dimensions of 4x10 mm:
00574 10 (2 spaces between the 4 and the 10)

Example 2: Screw with dimensions of 10x20 mm:
005710 20 (1 space between the 10 and the 20)

Example 3: Flat washer with an internal diameter of 6 mm:

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