Pressure Sensitive Adhesives (PSA) tapes are available as single-coated, double-coated and unsupported products. They are sold in roll form of varying lengths and width or die-cut shapes. Rolls may be self-wound or wound with a release liner, and can be customized in many ways, such as with pattern-coated adhesive or into die-cut parts (postage stamps) supplied on release liners.

Each has unique properties offering performance to a wide variety of conditions, which can be tailored to specific applications:


The list of potential uses for PSA tapes in transportation is a mile long. See how tape is used in this dynamic industry.
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Because of their viscoelasticity, PSA tapes may allow you to avoid design constraints presented by traditional metal fasteners.
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There are several standardized tests that measure the strength of PSA tapes. This video shows how tape strength is determined.
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The list of potential uses for PSA tapes in construction is virtually endless. Find out how tape is used for construction applications.
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