Choosing quality masking and painter’s tape is critical, as the durability of these products can create small efficiencies that add up to big savings over the course of a job by helping crews work quicker while preventing waste and rework.
There’s More Use to Blue Painter’s Tape Than Masking Surfaces
One of the most versatile and cost-effective tools to keep on hand is one that’s easily overlooked: blue painter’s tape.
Tips for Choosing a Tape That Will Stick Without Leaving You Stuck
Clean removal is an essential in achieving clean, crisp lines and helping to avoid damaged surfaces that often result in costly rework.
Factors to Consider When Choosing an HVAC Tape
Specific conditions and parameters must be considered before determining which tape to use in order to avoid an improperly sealed system as well as code violations.
What is a delicate surface, and what tape should be used on them?
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.
3 Tips to Help Direct Fulfillment Centers Evaluate Case Sealing
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.
What’s the difference between HVAC tape backings?
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....
Why do so many companies use printed packaging tape?
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...
What’s the difference between duct tape and Duck Tape®?
Duct tape and Duck Tape® are often used interchangeably, but they aren’t quite the same thing.
What is the difference between application and service temperature?
In HVAC work, the application and service temperature of your HVAC tape may not be the same, and each can have an impact on the tape’s performance.
Why do Packaging Tape Grades Matter?
Packaging tape grades indicate different construction and uses. In packaging tape, grade refers to the construction of the tape. Grades are made with varying levels of film and adhesive thickness to deliver a range of different holding power and tensile strength....
What’s the Difference between Performance Masking Tape Colors?
From nature to product design, the colors that we experience in our daily lives can greatly affect our emotions and influence our behavior. When used systematically, color can also serve as an effective tool of order, organization and communication. Throughout the...
What’s the Difference between Performance Masking Tapes and other Masking Tapes?
We’ve all been told to never judge a book by its cover, but the reality is that we – consumers and businesses, alike – evaluate purchases and investments by their outward appearance all the time. And that evaluation is even more discerning when it comes to...
An Introduction to Co-Extruded Duct Tape
Co-extrusion reduces the risk of delamination by permanently bonding the layers of the tape together at the source.
What Does Full System Closure Mean in an HVAC System and Why Does it Matter?
Full system closure means your HVAC system is sealed properly, without any air leaks.