A Nationwide Leader In Rubber Splicing Tape Distribution

When splicing electric lines, it’s important to understand that certain types of rubber tape can only be safely used on wires up to a certain current. That is why we offer electrical splicing tape for both low and high voltage lines. They are specifically manufactured for insulation and keeping out moisture by quickly adhering to surfaces in a self-fusing solid mass of protection without being corrosive to copper or aluminum conductors.

Our rubber electrical tapes withstand splitting and cracking when used under normal operating temperatures, which vary by type. However, if working with extreme high and low temperatures, we recommend our silicone rubber wrap.

Common Uses for Low and High Voltage Rubber Splicing Tapes

Power cable repair, electrical service drops, bolted connections, pipe repair, automotive, marine, construction, cellular towers, and more.


Rubber Splicing Tape – 40 Series – 30 mil

Self amalgamating rubber tape insulates and seals out moisture from electrical connections up to 600 V.

Also widely used in the agricultural industry for grafting crops.

Its high resistance to salt water, steam, oils, detergents, and other chemicals make it an ideal tape for service drops, bolted, and ground rod connections.

Electrical Filler Tape Bulk Wholesale

Electrical Filler Tape – 125 Series

Butyl based insulation in 1/8″ (125 mil) thickness for easy and quick buildup.

Will not corrode copper or aluminum.

Highly moisture resistant.

Made in the USA.

Silicone Rubber Insulating Tape Bulk Wholesale

Silicone Rubber Tape – 160 Series

Self-bonding silicone rubber wrap which readily adheres to itself when wrapped under tension.

Fuses to form a homogeneous mass within 24 hours at room temperature.

Resistant to salt water, sunlight, and fuels.

Mastic Rubber Weather Wrap Bulk Wholesale

Mastic Rubber Wrap – MW101 Series

Self-bonding 1/8″ thick (125mil) electrical grade rubber mastic.

Use for insulating and moisture sealing splices and terminations on solid electric cable.

Can be wrapped, stretched or molded around irregular shapes for insulation build up, water sealing and surface protection.

Widely used for cellular tower electrical splices.