Double-lay­er plaster seal­ing tape with va­pour con­trol prop­er­ties



  • Ex­tra thin for easy fold­ing in the corners.
  • PP co­poly­mer func­tion­al mem­brane
  • Com­bines well with CON­TEGA EXO out­doors
  • Can be plastered over on the fleece side
  • With three ad­hes­ive tapes it is very ver­sat­ile in tim­ber, ma­sonry and con­crete struc­tures
  • Low­est VOC rat­ing in haz­ard­ous sub­stance test


CON­TEGA SL al­lows in­teri­or air­tight seal­ing of win­dows and doors.
The bonds meet the re­quire­ments of DIN 4108-7, SIA 180 and OENORM B 8110-2.

Backing PP fleece and special PP copolymer membrane
Adhesive special acrylate adhesive
Attribute Value Norm
Colour light blue
sd-value 2.3 m EN 1931
g-value 11.5 MN⋅s/g
Vapor permeance 1.43 US perms ASTM E 96
ift Rosenheim (DE) testet passed, surrounding MO-01/1:2007-01, Abs. 5
Application temperature above -10 °C ; 14 °F
Temperature resistance permanent -40 °C to 90 °C ; -40 °F to 194 °F
Storage cool and dry

Be­fore stick­ing, sub­sur­faces should be brushed off, wiped clean with a cloth or cleaned us­ing com­pressed air.
Bond­ing to frozen sur­faces is not pos­sible. There must be no wa­ter-re­pel­lent sub­stances (e.g. grease or sil­ic­one) on ma­ter­i­als to be bon­ded. Sub­sur­faces must be suf­fi­ciently dry and have suf­fi­cient load-bear­ing ca­pa­city.

Per­man­ent ad­he­sion is achieved on all pro clima in­teri­or mem­branes and on oth­er va­pour re­tarder and air­tight mem­branes (e.g. those made of PE, PA, PP and alu­mini­um). Ad­he­sion can be car­ried out on planed and painted wood, hard plastics, hard wood-based pan­els (chip­board, OSB and ply­wood pan­els).
For bond­ing joints on ma­sonry or con­crete or on rough sub­strates, use OR­CON F.

The best res­ults in terms of struc­tur­al sta­bil­ity are achieved on high-qual­ity sub­sur­faces.
It is your re­spons­ib­il­ity to check the suit­ab­il­ity of the sub­sur­face; ad­he­sion tests are re­com­men­ded in cer­tain cases.
Pre­treat­ment with TESCON PRIMER is re­com­men­ded in the case of sub­sur­faces with in­suf­fi­cient load-bear­ing ca­pa­city.

The bonds should not be subjected to tensile strain.
Press firmly to secure the adhesive tape. Ensure there is sufficient back-pressure.
Airtight bonds can only be achieved if this adhesive tape is laid without folds or creases and are uninterrupted.
Ventilate regularly to prevent build-up of excessive humidity and use a dryer if necessary.
If the airtight connection is created straight after plastering, moisture ingress may occur in the thermal insulation or to problems in the order of construction.