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Classification And Use Of PVC Foam Tape

Feb 25, 2020

Classification of pvc foam tape

According to the glue system: hot melt adhesive foam tape; oil-based foam tape.

According to the foam empty size: open-cell foam tape; closed-cell foam tape; semi-closed-cell foam tape.

According to characteristics: high temperature resistant foam tape; flame retardant foam tape; conductive foam tape; high density foam tape; low density foam tape.

According to the base material: PE / IXPE foam tape; EVC foam tape; PVC foam tape; PU foam tape; EPDM foam tape; CR foam tape; SBP foam tape; NBR foam tape.


Foam tape use and storage method

Uses: Products are widely used in electronic and electrical products, mechanical parts, various small appliances, mobile phone accessories, industrial instruments, computers and peripheral equipment, auto parts, audio and video equipment, toys, cosmetics, craft gifts, medical instruments, power tools, office Stationery, shelf display, home decoration, acrylic glass, ceramic products, insulation, paste, seal, anti-slip and shockproof packaging for transportation industry.


Storage method: Suitable temperature for foam tape: 21 ° C-38 ° C, suitable pressure is at least 5KG / ㎡. It is forbidden to contact with organic solvents of acid and alkali oil, keep it clean and dry, and the room temperature is between -15 ° C and -40 ° C.


When using foam as a substrate, it is very suitable for irregular surfaces because of its very soft texture. It also provides a smooth effect on moving and stretched materials. The ability to absorb loads is also strong. In PVC windows, refrigerators, furniture and decorative profiles, foam is widely used as a substrate, mainly because it provides ideal support for very tight bonding.


The printing industry is also one of its areas of expertise. The hardness of the foam in the tape determines the contact pressure of the printing plate, which in turn helps the printer control the grid points on the paper. Foam tape can also absorb the vibration caused by the high-speed operation of the printing machine to avoid streaks during printing.