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DuPont Tyvek Tape, DuPont Tyvek Wrap Cap Screws and DuPont Tyvek Wrap Cap nails are engineered to enhance the functionality of DuPont Tyvek Weatherization System products. Their use is recommended as a best practice.

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Features and Bene ts · The crucial, nal step for maximum reduction of air and water in ltration through wall systems · Tape all seams including the area around electrical boxes, venting ducts, and other openings to complete the envelope around your home with a seamless, protective barrier · Can be applied year round · Specially engineered to provide the best adhesion to DuPont Weatherization System products





· DuPont Tyvek Wrap Cap Screws and Nails help reduce jobsite blow-o s and provide an additional weather seal around fastener penetrations

How it Works

Using DuPont Tyvek Tape for taping the seams after wrapping is the best practice for maximum reduction of air and water intrusion through seams into your home. DuPontTyvek Tape features a speciallyengineered adhesive to create the best Tyvek to Tyvekadhesion.

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DuPontTyvek Wrap Cap Nails feature a 1 inch diameter high density polyethylene cap that is engineered to distribute maximum holding power to the perimeter of the cap, reducing jobsite blow o s. The patented triple-feather seal provides an e ective barrier to air in ltration when using wood frame construction.

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DuPontTyvek Wrap Cap Screws are the solution for quality commercial and steel stud installations. It is an easy way to secure DuPont Tyvek products to steel studs and increase holding power. The large plastic cap provides additional protection around fastener penetrations and permits easy handling and installation.

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