Is Duct Tape Flammable?

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There are many different types, manufacturers, and grade of duct tape, and they may be different. 3M duct tape has a flash point of 230 ?C, which is the temperature at which it will flash with an ignition source, but it will not self ignite until 550 ?C.
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Duct tape is not flammable. Duct tape has passed safety standards as it is sometimes used on ducts that may heat up. Duct tape has been recommended for use in temperatures of up to 200 degrees F.
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