Strong Double Sided Tape
Local Acrylic Solvent Based
Strong Double Sided Tape are used for a vast amount of different types of bonding and sealing applications. Examples of foam tape uses include various applications in the automotive industry such as bonding plastic emblems onto metal substrates, sealing windows, doors, sun roofs, and trunks/hatches. Foam tapes are also used extensively in the HVAC and construction industries for various applications.
A common use for foam tape is to use it as gasketing tape. Adhesive-coated foam tapes are compressible sealants that close up an area between two matched machine parts or around pipe joints to prevent the escape of a gas, fluid, air, or sound. Some areas of use include electrical enclosures, shed doors, and garage doors. Foam tapes are an alternative sealant to rubber foams or pumpable sealants/caulk.
Another common application of foam tape is as a weatherstripping material. It is frequently placed along doors (sometimes windows) to keep cold and hot air outside. When there is an insufficient seal around a window or door due to age or poor construction, foam tape seals the gaps, offering a solid, long-term, cost-effective solution to replacement.
Strong Double Sided Tape usually comes in rolls and has a removable backing that is peeled off immediately prior to application.
While many foam tape applications require adhesive on one side only, double-sided foam tape is also available. This is often used when the two sides that are joined by the tape are not expected to be moved. This would likely not be the case for weatherstripping applications because windows and doors are often opened during more temperate months. When outdoor temperatures heat up, doors and windows are closed and the one-sided weatherstripping remains in place and protects against heat entering, or cooling from air-conditioning escaping.
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