Packaging tape is made from varied materials using many different adhesives to adhere to containers. The most used packaging tapes are made from polypropylene with an acrylic adhesive.
Packaging Tape is an important part of any packaging operation. Companies using boxes, envelopes, or any other containers for packaging normally use tape for sealing. Tapes specifically made for packaging come in a variety of lengths, colors, and widths. They also vary in materials and adhesives they are made from.
Below is a brief explanation of the types of tapes we offer and what they are recommended to be used for.
Holt Melt Tape
Low Noise Tape
Here are a few packing tape terms about tape, which are important for resolving tape and using tape.
Abrasion Resistance – The ability of a tape to withstand scuffing, scraping, and rubbing against other surfaces.
Elongation – The distance a tape can stretch lengthways without breaking.
Tensile Strength – The force often measured in pounds to break a piece of tape by pulling each side in opposite directions.
High-Speed Unwind – The practice of dispensing tape at speeds in excess of 15 meters per minute.
Hot Melt Adhesive – A pressure sensitive adhesive applied in liquid form.
Shock Resistance – The ability of a tape to resist sudden shocks throughout transport. Shocks can be falls, crushing, pulls, and more.
Peel Adhesion – The force required to remove a tape from the surface it has been applied.
Backing Material – The backing material is the material the chosen adhesive is applied to. A variety of backing materials are used in tape manufacturing including films, paper, and foam.
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