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March 23, 2017 - Automotive

Qualities Automotive Foam Adhesive Tapes Need to Possess

Grand View Research cites that the global automotive adhesive tapes market is set to be worth $11.54 billion by 2024. This is due in large part to tape’s use in applications for: Noise and vibration dampening Masking Electrical insulation Labeling Surface protection Common automotive foam adhesive tapes in particular are known for high bond strength …

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September 24, 2021 - Automotive Tape & Label

Why You Should Add Automotive Tapes to Your Portfolio

As tape manufacturers strive to expand their customer reach across different markets, the production needs of the automotive industry are ever changing. The use of steel in manufacturing vehicles is continually decreasing, creating more stress for engineers to find other solutions. Therefore, it’s important to know how automotive tapes can provide distinct advantages to automotive …

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June 10, 2021 - Building & Construction

Why Foam-in-Place Adhesives for Window/Door Sealing are a Great Decision

As window and door manufacturers look to improve efficiencies and reduce overall costs, foam-in-place adhesives are increasingly the answer. Find out why this is the case and the advantages they offer over traditional foam tape for certain applications. What are Foam-in-Place Adhesives? Foam-in-place adhesives are hot melt adhesives designed to expand upon application. In the …

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October 22, 2021 - Building & Construction

Non-Structural Adhesives Used In Garage Door Assembly

In recent blogs, we looked at structural adhesives used in garage door assemblies (part one and part two). However, non-structural adhesives also can be used in the manufacturing process. Let’s take a closer look at numerous types of these adhesives as well. Type 1: Hot Melt Polyolefins (HMPO) HMPOs are mainly comprised of polyethylene or polypropylene polymers. …

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