idont think that it would be useful for any of us since i think its safe to say that no one in this community owns their nuclear power plant, this is the first time im hearing about special tape used to insulate wires in nuclear plants i never thought that they had to be of any special kind
Don't let the name fool you.
I have used Nuke Tape for years in all types of applications. It is so much easier to use than EPR, bus seal, and shrink materials. It is fast to apply and easy to remove. Once removed, it leaves no residue to clean before a new application. I would recommend it for all types of switchgear (providing the dielectric strength is not compromised), transformer connections and cable terminations. (No, I do not work for the company!)
I am not so sure I would use it to wrap a wire or cable. I don't believe it was designed to be used on anything that moves or has the potential to move.
When I complete build of my LENR cold fusion device, I will make sure to pick up few rolls of this tape
NukeTape is an silicone tape used for electrical splices and the product is approved for use inside the continment area of Nuclear Facilities.
The product was originally considered only for safety-related / harsh applications, but nuclear facilities have found the tape to be so cost effective that they use the product throughout the plant wherever ordinary splicing tape or heat-shrink would be used. This also allows nuclear facilities to replace many tape and shrink tube splicing SKU’s with Nuke Tape, as it is rated for use inside or outside the containment area.
Saving in Material Cost Cost comparisons by plant operators show that the material costs to complete a typical splice using NukeTape averages $20. The same splice insulated heat-shrink costs $120 in materials. The tape is also quicker to install which limits the amount of time employees spend in containment areas. One part number for Nuke Tape effectively replaces multiple inventory items, eliminating conventional insulating and jacketing tapes as well as over thirty heat-shrink kits an the tools required to apply them. The tape can shipped from stock within a few days eliminating the need for the customer to maintain large, on-site inventories.
Has anyone heard of, or used, NukeTape before?