Double Sided Acrylic Tissue Tape by Tenacious Tapes. Adhesive tape comparable to 3M Double Coated Tissue Tape # CT-6348 or Nitto N501L. Order online from exclusive approved supplier Wayout Evacuation Systems.
6mm to 1250mm in 50 Metre Lengths
NB Special lengths available upon request
Adhesive: Acrylic Solvent
Description: A very high quality 105 gsm white bleached kraft paper coated liner with polyethylene with differential silicone release treatment. A Double sided tape consisting of a non woven tissue of 12gsm coated with a solvent acrylic adhesive designed for permanent fixing, bonding & laminating applications. This is a high performance tape giving good peel & shear adhesion and the tape can be used to bond a wide variety of substrates. It has a high performance solvent acrylic, with excellent tack and initial adhesion. It is plasticiser and UV resistant, giving good ageing properties and good al-round weatherability, with high and low temperature resistance.
Application: Mounting electronic components, heavy duty splicing, name plate mounting. Bonding rough fabrics. Laminating to foams for automotive industry. For artwork layout.
|Adhesion to Steel:||5.5 N/cm|
|180º Peel Adhesion AFERA 4001 10 Minutes:||11.6 N/25mm|
|180º Peel Adhesion AFERA 4001 24 hours:||18.6 N/25mm|
|Dynamic Shear Adhes. ASTM D1002 10 mins:||85 N/625mm2|
|Static Shear Adhes. 23°C 1kg/625mm2:||10,000 minutes|
|Static Shear Adhes. 70°C 0.5kg/625mm2:||10,000 minutes|
|Initial Tack AFERA 4015:||6.6 N/25mm|
|Service Temperature:||-30ºC to 120ºC|
Surface Preparation: The surface on which the tape is to be used must be clean, dry and free from grease and dust. Remember that pressure sensitive adhesive must be applied with the maximum possible pressure in order to achieve maximum adhesion levels. The recommended application temperature is between 15ºC and 25ºC.
Storage: Tapes stored below the minimum application temperature will require warming up to that level before use. Up to 24 hours may be required for this to take place.
Note: Tapes stored below the minimum application temperature will require warming up to that level before use. Up to 24 hours may be required for this to take place.