ECHOtape

SC-211HT
High Performance Double Sided Tissue Splicing Tape

SC-211HT is a 3.9 mils non-woven tissue, double sided high performance splicing tape. It features an aggressive, high tack, high temperature resistant, acrylic pressure sensitive adhesive. SC-211HT provides excellent quick stick and holding power, and is ideally suited for high speed flying splice applications.

Application

  • High speed splicing of papers, films, foils and corrugated fiber board
  • Decorative parts
  • General bonding

Features & Benefits

  • Tears easily by hand
  • Fast grabbing adhesive
  • Tissue carrier is flexible and conforms to add dimensional stability
  • Laminates well to a variety of substrates
  • Performs well over a wide temperature range

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.

Technical Data

Carrier Tissue
Adhesive Acrylic
Release Liner White
Total Thickness 3.90 mils
Adhesion 65 oz/in
Application Temperature 15~25°C (59~77°F)
Service Temperature 20°C to 130°C (-4°F to 266°F)
Color Translucent

The information cited is in good faith and has been established from sources held to be secure and reliable. The values listed are typical properties. Individual rolls may vary slightly from these values. All ECHOtape products are warranted to be free of defects at time of shipment. Many factors can affect the use and performance of a product in a particular application and the user must, by test or otherwise, determine suitability for purpose; Edelstein makes no representation or warranty, express or implied, concerning any application and usage if its products. If ECHOtape product is proved to be defective, the exclusive remedy, shall be for Edelstein to replace the defective product. ECHOtape shall not otherwise be liable for loss or damages, whether direct, indirect, special, incidental or consequential, regardless of the legal theory asserted, including but not limited to, contract, negligence, warranty or strict liability.