125 Micron (4mm) Spool Wound Tensilized Polypropylene Tear Tape
TT-1254 is a tensilized polypropylene tear tape engineered with acrylic adhesive system. This high tensile tear tape offers good initial tack, excellent shear resistance, and strong ultimate adhesion. Available in a variety of lengths and widths for application flexibility.
- Tear strip for detergent and consumer cartons, padded shipping envelopes, express delivery and courier envelopes and medium to heavy weight corrugated cartons
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.
4mm X 15000 yds
|Total Thickness||147 microns|
|Film Thickness||125 microns|
|Storage||Store under dry conditions at 50°C to 300°C in the container supplied, ideally at 50% relative humidity. Always keep the container the correct way up, as indicated by the arrow.|
|Shelf Life||Stored under the recommended conditions, it is expected to have a shelf life of at least twelve months from the date of manufacture.|
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