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Four layers: 1) clear polymer UV-resistant plastic backing; 2) aircraft-grade aluminium-foil; 3) usually a high tensile form of mylar or something to bond layer 4 to layer 3; 4) can be either aerospace adhesive or aerospace adhesive impregnated fabric - often carbonfiber or fiberglass.
Used for cracks and skin damage, it makes a great temporary fix. Can keep a wing - or flap in this case - from falling apart.
While the fabric version falls under the definition of Duct Tape, don`t call it that in front of an aircraft mechanic - unless you WANT to see where that 7" wide piston can go. . . What has been seen, cannot be unseen. @[email protected]
Harrison Ford HAD to be involved, right?
This episode was funny as hell. XD
"Your in flight entertainment this flight will be Crazy George acting out scenes from Forest Gump!"
Your non-areonautic adhesive identifying skills are excused. LOL :-)
It`s actually aeronautic multilayer tape made oDUCT TAPE IS THE ANSWER TO EVERYTHING!!"
LIES! its not the answer to what would you NOT use for everything! MWHAHAHAHA
It`s actually aeronautic multilayer tape made oDUCT TAPE IS THE ANSWER TO EVERYTHING!!
I`ll tell you what... If i look out the window and see a guy on a stepladder using tape on the wing.(Titanium or not) I still would laugh my ass off....after i ran for the door. That still would freak me out. Excuse my non areonautic adhesive identifying skills.