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Ultra Magnus
(Ultra_Magnus) - F
Tyvek Source on 10/10/2011 15:11:27 MDT Print View

Just thought I'd pass that along. Looks as if it's plain white w/o any logos printed all over it, though I can't tell what "grade" of tyvek it is...


Brad Walker

Locale: SoCal
Type 10G on 10/10/2011 16:00:55 MDT Print View

If you click on a part number then "Additional Info" it says Tyvek type 10G

According to

"Grade 10G (Formerly known as Grade 1020) This smooth form is what most people recognize as Tyvek. It has a smooth, stiff non-directional paper-like substrate, and can be used for printing, painting, making envelopes, and many other uses.
Basis Weight 2.0-2.2 oz/yd2
Thickness 7.3-7.6 mils
+/-3 Sigma Range 4.2-10.8
Strip Tensile (MD) 37-44 lbs/in
Strip Tensile (CD) 41-49 lbs/in
Tear Elmendorf (MD) & (CD) 0.8-1.1 lbs"

If you look up Tyvek 1020 it looks like it's a burlier version of homewrap (hard-structure)

David Miles
(davidmiles) - F

Locale: Eastern Sierra
Re: Tyvek on 10/12/2011 12:55:41 MDT Print View

This is about twice the price of HomeWrap though.