What is Stego Mastic?

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What is Stego Mastic?

Stego Mastic is a liquid-applied vapor retardant membrane, designed to be used in conjunction with Stego Wrap vapor barriers and retarders to create a quality installation that greatly resists the ingress of moisture and other gases.

What is Stego used for?

The purpose of steganography is to conceal and deceive. It is a form of covert communication and can involve the use of any medium to hide messages. It’s not a form of cryptography, because it doesn’t involve scrambling data or using a key. Instead, it is a form of data hiding and can be executed in clever ways.

Is Stego tape waterproof?

Stego Wrap Class C is used as an exceptional vapor retarder, and as a protection course for below grade waterproofing applications.

What is vapor barrier mastic?

Vapor barrier mastic is a highly fire resistant, flexible, tough and durable coating for all types of thermal insulation in cold and dual temperature service. It can be applied as a relatively heavy film or brushed out into a thin, smooth coating.

How much does Stego wrap cost?

How much does Stego Wrap Cost? Depending on the mil thickness and vapor barrier class rating, the Stego Wrap pricing ranges from about $0.19 to $0.41 per square foot.

How much is a roll of Stego tape?

A: One roll of Stego Tape is sold for the price of $49.85. Feel free to call us at (877) 464-7834 if you have any questions about the product.

Is mastic a moisture barrier?

Weather Barrier Coating This allows a certain amount of moisture to escape when the hot system is operating. This is still one of the advantages that a mastic offers over other types of jacketing, which can seal in residual moisture.

Does mastic have an R value?

Mastic insulated vinyl siding’s unique foam backing yields an R-value of R-3.0, which meets the requirements for Energy Star® homes.

How is steganography used to hide secret messages?

Steganography is the technique of hiding secret data within an ordinary, non-secret, file or message in order to avoid detection; the secret data is then extracted at its destination. The use of steganography can be combined with encryption as an extra step for hiding or protecting data.

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