Last week in our Beginner’s Guide to Double-Sided Tape, we briefly covered three main chemistries and formats of pressure-sensitive, double-sided tape. Of the double-sided tape available, rubber-based tapes are versatile, general purpose adhesives capable of bonding a variety of materials in numerous applications.
Let’s take a look at the wide range of applications where rubber-based, double-sided tape is used as well as the substrates they bond.
- Case and carton sealing/re-sealing
- Insulation barriers
- Direct mail/marketing
- Product assembly
- Contract packaging
- Protective packaging
Able to Bond:
- Carpet tiles
Did You Know?
Rubber-Based, Double-Side Tape:
- Can be custom engineered (dimensions and tack) to end user’s specifications
- Can be coated onto substrates
- Instantly bond materials
- Display great initial adhesion
- Provide great flexibility
- Bond well to low surface energy surfaces
- Are extremely easy to use
Our line of Adhesive Squares double-side tape provides a simple-to-use solution for bonding most applications. If you want to learn more about using double-sided tape for your application, contact our team of technical adhesive experts. We’re available 24/7 to discuss your application and help you optimize your process.
Are you curious about the difference in using a double-sided tape and a hot melt? Check out Liquid Hot Melt Adhesives vs. Double-Sided Tape.