Elsberry Hardware

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SPRING HARDWARE SHOW ITEMS HAVE ARRIVED

Stop in and see what's new.  Take advantage of our twice a year specials.

NEW DOLLAR ITEMS

Elsberry Hardware is proud to introduce a new line of $ items and the complete line of AWESOME cleaners.

Silicone Fusion Tape

General Information

Silicone fusion tape is a special formulation of high-technology polysiloxanes that meets A-A-59163 and Mil-I-46852 specifications. This tape is non-flammable, self-extinguishing and binds only to itself without any adhesive. Forms an excellent seal that is weather/water/air-tight when wrapped around electrical connections and connectors, cable and wiring splices, hydraulic hose protection sleeves, duct joints and other electro-mechanical devices. Also used for medical purposes - such as wrapping field splints and wounds as the tape applies tension/pressure to wound dressings and pads without sticking to flesh and hair.

The special silicone formulation of this tape self-fuses (self-amalgamating) when stretched and over-wrapped. Completely flexible at cold temperatures and can be used to +500ºF / +260ºC continuous exposure. Does not support combustion and resists heat, flame, welding splatter, molten metals, solder drips, slag, sparks, Ozone, UV light and contamination.

Can be wrapped over oily or wet surfaces and is an excellent emergency repair tape for hoses and pipes. Used extensively in aviation, marine and industrial maintenance, repair and overhaul operations.

Easy & Clean to Use Silicone tape incorporates a blue marking stripe along its center, making it easy to over-wrap at 50% when taping long lengths. The triangular profile of the tape (thickest in the centre and reducing thickness towards each edge) ensures a smooth finish to the installation with minimum ridging. Easy to remove with a sharp blade while curing or when completely cured and does not leave a gummy or sticky residue the way pressure sensitive adhesive tapes such as standard vinyl electrical tapes or duct tapes do.

How to Use & Install Tape Lift off the end of the tape from its backing film and then hold the free end onto what the tape is being installed on. With your other hand which is holding the remainder of the tape roll, moderately pull or stretch the tape while over-lapping the wrap. The stretching action activates the special formulation of silicone rubber with the result of the tape self-binding / self-fusing to itself. Many Practical Uses Silicone tape makes for easy hose and cable bundling, replacing tie-wraps. Excellent for fixing leaks in piping and hoses. Makes a good emergency fan belt. Provides excellent weather protection for outdoor electrical and electronic connections. Great as a first-aid tape to hold splints & bandages in place.

New Monthly Specials and Giveaway Drawings.

March 2014 Gutter Guard - Bruce Watson

February 2014 1x15 Camo TieDown - Les Lonsberry

January 2014 9 LED Flashlight - Craig Koch

December 2013 Jar of Dog Treats - Jo Ann Cordsiemon

November 2013 Cake Pop Set - Steve Sharpe

October 2013 Working Hands - Lori Ross 

September 2013 10p micro driver bit set - Bud Lebo

August 2013 Outdoor Power Stake - Tim Haub

July 2013 Cutter Backyard Bug Control - Patrick Burkemper

June 2013 Dust Broom and Pan - Cindy Talbot

May 2013 Bucket and car wash items - Mark Talbot 

April 2013 15" Organizer - Sonny Taylor 

March 2013 The following customers won an Elsberry Hardware Hat - Jim Ianke, Bob Powelson, Sonny Taylor, Dale Hurley, Robert Wallace, Ronald Bradley, Chester Koch, Patrick Burkemper, Bob DeMoulin, Jeremiah Hampshire, Bill Davis, Mark Talbot, Craig Koch, Harriet Serle, Bruce Watson, Jim Holley, Jim Jeans, Marvin Robinson, Jim Abels

February 2013 Surge Protector - Sonny Taylor 

January 2013 winner of the Do It Yourself Book - Dr. Greg Casalone
August 2012 winner of the garden pruners - Chester Koch

September 2012 winner of the 1 gallon sprayer - Jim Holley

October 2012 winner of the 15" toolbox - Mike Moore

November 2012 winner of the 8-1 Screwdriver set - Robert Wallace

December 2012 winner of the Gorilla sweatshirt - Connie Hayes 

Come in to Elsberry Hardware and sign-up to WIN!

 

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