LOXY® Seal LS300

Key Features

Product Colour Layers Wash temp

1 layer

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Our Single-layer seam sealing tape

Key Features

Product Colour Layers Wash temp

1 layer

Enquiry & Support
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At Loxy, we’ve spent years refining our line of seam sealing tapes to become the premier solution for completing the waterproofing elements of any garment. No matter the environment, when moisture is a problem, Loxy builds the perfect barrier with our class 1 Oeko-Tex Standard 100 approved tapes.

Our LS300 seam sealing tape series is a 1 layer, 100% thermoplastic polyurethane. It is designed to be suit a wide range of garment styles ranging from light extreme outdoor to heavy work wear.

1-layer seam sealing tape is ideal for PVC and PU-rain garments, that are manufactured by high-frequency welding- and seam sealing machines. LOXY® LS 300 is a 1-layer seam sealing tape which ensures excellent performance for clothing which are very light and flexible. Seam sealing tape applies by using a hot air taping machine and is used in various applications including outwear, industrial work wear, tents, waders, footwear and military garments.

Recommended washing treatments:

Domestic washing approved according to the Loxy Product Guide. Industrial washing approved using gentle methods.

Handling and storage:

Proper inventory control will ensure that your tape maintains optimal shelf life (up to 2 years)

  • Store in cool, dry area in original package
  • Avoid high temperatures
  • Avoid high humidity conditions (<75 %)
  • Use FIFO (first in first out) stock methods

Recommended application conditions:

Application will vary depending on a number of factors including fabrics, machinery involved, working conditions and more. Before use in bulk production, each fabric should be individually tested to ensure proper application. Based on your fabric samples, we can advice for the best tape application.


Hot Air Temperature:

490–620°C / 914–1148°F

Hot Air Pressure:

0,080–0,11 MPA / 0,8–1,1 bar / 0,8–1,1 kg/cm2


5,0–8,0 m/min

Roll Cylinder Pressure:

3,0–4,0 kg/cm2