Here are a few ways to make sure that your tape will last as long as possible before needing to be replaced.
Clean removal means two things — removing the tape without damage the surface and not leaving behind adhesive residue.
Look to industry-leading tape manufacturers to find the right tape for the job so that you can confidently do your best work every time.
Knowing the right kinds of tapes to use — and not to use — for specific applications can help ensure high-quality results.
Developing systematic, cost-effective packaging and shipping processes that ensure products leaving your facility arrive safely and securely at a consumer’s doorstep is no simple task.
High-performance masking tapes are critical tools in any marine, automotive, transportation or industrial painting and coating application.
A little tape product knowledge up front can help you work easier and save you headaches or costly mistakes from tape failure in the long run.
Delicate surface painter’s tapes are designed for jobs that demand an extra-gentle tape for use on application surfaces that are delicate and easily damaged.
Case sealing partners can not only lessen the amount of stress DFCs assume as throughput increases, but they can also improve efficiencies – and profits – in the process.
HVAC tapes are typically constructed with an adhesive and a backing. Some may also require a liner to ensure the tape doesn't stick to itself. Each part of the tape's construction plays a vital role in its performance. Backings aren’t just for aesthetic appeal....
Have you ever ordered something online and received a package that has been sealed with tape that is printed with the store’s brand logo, promotional information, or other instructions? The “Amazon Effect” is strong even in the packaging industry, and as online...