adhesive tape


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adhesive tape

[ad′hēz·iv ‚tāp]
(materials)
Tape coated with a substance that binds or sticks to a surface.
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The RTM program is intended to serve as a guiding set of principles related to adhesive tape manufacturing processes, including environmental policy and practices; workplace policy and practices; and quality policy and practices.
The officer explained that placing adhesive tape on the muzzle allows a gun to be fired if really necessary such as when police have to respond to an emergency situation.
Site manager Allan Williams said, 'Our core products for some years have been single and double-sided adhesive tapes for industrial applications.
Watanabe died after Taguchi and Naka covered his head with a plastic bag and rolled adhesive tape around it, the ruling said.
Cut the bottom of the stem into three strips and use strong adhesive tape (not glue
omega]Megazinc Pink adhesive tape is available in sizes from 1/2" to 3".
Use one-inch adhesive tape for the heel lock and two-inch adhesive tape for the plantar rest strap.
PT Ekadharma Tape Industries, which deal in the adhesive tape industry, has established cooperation with three Japanese investors --Sliontec Corporation, Otoyo Shokufu Co.
Then, wrap that part of the foot with a turn of flexible adhesive tape (use tape that is at least two inches wide, such as Elastikon or Elastoplast).
Polymag[R] products, including custom designed certified machines, our replacement adhesive tape rolls and Polymag[R] Blue rolls, are custom designed to fit all types of equipment.
Patented is a pressure-sensitive adhesive tape comprising a backing with a top side and a bottom side opposite the top side.
Heat-activated pressure-sensitive adhesive tape is a continuous foam tape using a heat activated adhesive on one side of the foam to bond to the elastomer extrusion.