Tesa Spacer Tape
Structural glazing is a modern facade manufacturing technique that opens new perspectives in glass architecture. Characterized by having a large glass pane area almost without visible framework, it satisfies architects‘ increasing desire to maximize natural daylights into the interior of the building. In this case, the glass pane is silicone-bonded to a metal frame. Spacer tapes are used to maintain the defined distance between glass pane and metal frame prior to applying the structural silicone.
tesa® 6005x 1 series spacer tape is a double-sided high density PU foam tape designed with open cell structure allowing air and moisture to transport through the tape, permitting an optimum silicone curing.
- Designed as a spacer element for two-sided and four-sided structural silicone glazing
- Chemically compatible with all major silicone systems
- High compression resistance to ensure consistent thickness of silicone bead
- Low thermal conductivity to minimize heat transfer through your facade