The Scotch 23 (self vulcanizing rubber) covered with Scotch 33 or 88 and
then covered with Scotchkote is easily removed with a sharp knife. Slice
through the three protective layers ... but not into the jacket!
I've used that procedure for about 20 years in the Coast Guard.
On Tue, 13 May 1997 21:49:28 GMT JC_Smith@designlink.com writes:
>I recall that thread well. I believe the consensus was to use butyl
>tape topped off with Scotch 88 or Scotch 33 (the 88 is thicker). I
>couple of small black (uv resistant) cable ties on top of that to keep
>from flagging. The liquid you refer to is ScotchKote (also a 3M
>works great in a permanent installation. Just put a coat of it over
>then another layer of tape and another coat of ScotchKote. It doesn't
>easily so don't use it if you plan to disconnect.
>73 - JC,firstname.lastname@example.org
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