Polyethylene Block Out Tape

PR-N3201 is a durable 5 mils, conformable self-wound polyethylene film with an aggressive acrylic adhesive for use in screen printing.   It applies to both sides of screen, forming an adhesive bond, resisting attack by inks and cleaning solvents. It provides clean removal in one piece from wood frames and screen with no adhesive residue and can withstand multiple washings.  PR-N3201 is all weather U.V. resistant for 30 days.


  • General purpose screen block out tape to prevent ink from creeping between screen and frame
  • General masking where high adhesion is required

Features & Benefits

  • Solvent and moisture resistant
  • Remains in tact during cleaning cycle
  • Conformable in frame corners
  • Aggressive adhesive will not damage screen
  • Clean removal

Storage & Usage Conditions

Store tape in its original packaging away from direct sunlight and in a cool and dry area. For optimum performance, tape should be used within 12 months of date of shipment. Tape works best when applied to a surface that is clean, dry and free of grease, oil or other contaminants.


1″ x 6″ x 108′
custom slitting

Technical Data

Carrier Polyethylene
Adhesive Solvent Acrylic
Total Thickness 5 mils
Tensile 10 lbs/in
Adhesion 24 oz/in
Elongation 150%
Color Blue, White

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