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15-Foot High Temperature Flue by 3M Review



Very good

Revainrating 4.5 out of 5  
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Description of 15-Foot High Temperature Flue by 3M

Stops leaks from hot air ducts. Heat resistant up to 600° F. Helps reduce heating costs. Measures 1.5 in x 5 yd. Made in the USA. Heat resistant to 600 degrees Fahrenheit. 1.5 in. x 15 ft. roll.


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Revainrating 3 out of 5

not sticky enough - adhesive tapes

i mean heat resistant but not very sticky. immediately began to peel off at the edges. I bought to attach a heating pad to my bug tank and it hardly sticks to plastic. maybe it's the material, idk. not good for what i needed it for.

  • free for educational purposes
  • have disadvantages

Revainrating 5 out of 5

Works as advertised

I had to tape 2 joints on my living room fireplace and this tape worked great. I have a chrome plated metal finish on my stove, so a silver aluminum paint would work as well. The tape has been in place for several months and shows no discoloration from heat. I would buy this again.

  • Great for a small home
  • Long delivery time

Revainrating 4 out of 5

Best high temp tape I've found

I bought this to wrap a chimney fitting on an industrial plant burner exhaust. This is the third high temp tape I've used to connect. The other two failed because the temperature was too high or the joint was vibrating too much. This tape was easy to apply, held securely and has not been exposed to high temperatures. I am very impressed with it and can only recommend it.

  • Great for me
  • No automatic

I didn't buy this to seal my chimney but to seal something on the front of a metal photographic lamp reflector. It is not suitable for this, because when the lamp heats up, this band becomes soft and no longer holds securely. This is not a universal tape for attaching items to hot metal surfaces.

  • All right!
  • Retrofittable

Revainrating 4 out of 5

It withstands heat!: Duct Tapes

I taped this duct tape to my wood stove chimney for a little extra security and to keep the pieces together. I've only made two fires so far, but I've lit them very hard because I'm not very good at regulating the temperature of the wood stove yet. The tape held up very well and there were no problems. I, on the other hand, was very uncomfortable in the heat and dreaded the thought of lighting a fire in a wood stove and going to bed. Maybe I just choose to freeze to death. This seems like a…

  • Pretty Packaging
  • Crumpled

Revainrating 5 out of 5

Exactly what I was looking for!

When my main drum in the dryer cracked, I found that my clothes were starting to stick to this crack in the metal. This resulted in several pieces of athletic clothing being ruined and some shirts becoming severely or permanently wrinkled. I figured a piece of tape would probably work with this, but decided to use high temp metal tape to seal the crack. I went with this tape and so far it has performed admirably. I know that's not the purpose of this volume, but that's what I chose it for, and…

  • Very good price
  • Exchange possible

Revainrating 5 out of 5

Much better than universal foil tape

I first bought universal foil tape at my local hardware store and later found that it was only rated for temperatures up to 200 degrees Fahrenheit. I applied it to a new 4 inch type B (double wall) chimney for a new water heater. Then I found this tape and ordered it. When filming the Universal Foil Tape I noticed that it was made out of plastic and foil segments and thought I was so glad I got 3M High Temp Tape as plastic can't be good. Sign. I covered all the joints and am happy with the…

  • Durable finish
  • Hard to say

I used a sealed transition from a metal gas water heater exhaust to a ceramic chimney inlet. After examining for a natural gas leak, the examinee noticed that the oval ceramic chimney inlet between the smaller round metal flue on my gas water heater did not seal properly. The old sealing was applied dry and could allow exhaust fumes to penetrate into the basement through these joints. The inspector recommended the use of high-temperature sealants for high-temperature furnaces and flues or…

  • Heat resistant to 600°F
  • Doubtful

Revainrating 5 out of 5

Mixed 5 star rating

The important thing to know is that this is a very specialized product that will withstand higher temperatures than the more common '200 sheet tape'. So you should expect some compromises: it's a much smaller reel than the 200-degree stuff. It works BEST on chimney seams where it will adhere to itself and adequately clean the exhaust pipes. If you have a "special use case" be aware that it may not stick as well. My particular use case was "wrapping" the fiberglass insulation wrapped around the…

  • Measures 3.8cm x 1.5m
  • Slightly torn

Revainrating 5 out of 5

A great product that will last for many years

Always a great product that will last for many years and do the job it was designed for. Good to 600 degrees Fahrenheit when applied to chilled tubes; The heat will stick the tape to the metal pipe as the temperature rises. Note. Some building inspectors advise against taping the chimney joints of stoves, tumble dryers and water heaters, so check with local building codes before using this tape, especially if you are selling a home. However, this chimney tape protects these connections from…

  • 1.5" x 15ft roll
  • Outdated product