Firestone EPDM Rubber QuickSeam Splice Tape Kit - W56RAC169L or W56RAC16909L
Genuine Firestone kit for joining EPDM pieces. Enough for 7.6m of lap seaming.
Also sold as "Pondliners Firestone Tape Joiner Kit 7.5m"
Please watch the Instructional Videos below.
Genuine Firestone kit for joining EPDM pieces. Seam roller may vary from image
Fast, simple and easy to install, it requires no heat and no mess as it uses an adhesive tape to join the EPDM rubber liner in six steps.
The kit can join up to 7.6 metres.
- QuickSeam Primer
- QuickSeam Splice Tape (25ft / 7.62 metres)
- QuickSeam Application Tool (handle and pads)
- Complete installation instructions
How to apply 76mm QuickSeam Splice Tape
Please note the important detail during the following video time slots:
- At 1.05 mins, watch tacking of the panels together to eliminate unwanted movement of the panel alignment and reducing possible dust ingress from the substrate.
- At 1.37 mins, watch the crayon mark positioned 20mm from the overlap edge to allow correct positioning of seam tape later. This enables 5-10mm of seam tape to be exposed on completion of the seam. This means that that there will be no unadhered overlap on completion.
- At 1.42 mins, watch how primer is used as a temporary tacking of the overlap. This prevents it being inadvertently blown back by wind during the process.
- At 2.50 mins, see the careful placement of the seam tape's backing tape. It is aligned against the crayon marks.
Installing a Firestone QuickSeam FormFlash patch on a QuickSeam Splice Tape overlap
Installation of a Firestone QuickSeam FormFlash patch at a T joint of QuickSeam Splice Tape (Option 1). Note there must be at least 75mm coverage from the potential leak spot
Installation of a Firestone QuickSeam FormFlash patch at a T joint of QuickSeam Splice Tape (Option 2). Note there must be at least 75mm coverage from the potential leak spots
Installation of a Firestone QuickSeam FormFlash patch at a sharp angle-change of a seam. Note there must be at least 75mm coverage from the potential leak spots