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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M2 PRESSWIRE-August 26, 2019-: Global Adhesive Tapes Market Report 2019: Industry Trends, Share, Size, Growth, Opportunity and Forecasts, 2018-2019 & 2024
Biolink develops and produces environmentally friendly solvent-free acrylic resin adhesive tapes for a variety of applications in the aeronautic, automotive and other industrial markets, mostly in Europe.
The NWC products utilize Polymag[R] efficient Contact Cleaning Rollers in combination with Polymag[R] Adhesive Tape. Polymag[R]PreCut Adhesive tape is now available.
While a puny adhesive tape will not, by any means stop a bullet travelling at several hundred metres per second, the practice was symbolic as much as it is practical.
All of Adchem's double-sided, single-coated, and unsupported adhesive tape systems are REACH compliant.
This descriptive study used a nonrandomized convenience sample to determine the incidence of NPUs when securing the NGT with a commercially available device compared to conventional adhesive tape. The study received institutional review board (IRB) approval at the study site.
To simulate the steps made by a gecko, they pressed an artificial adhesive tape covered by microhairs onto the plate, shifted it laterally, and lifted the tape off again.
The scratch-and rub-resistant inks are free from organic solvents and offer high color strength and brilliance as well as high resistance to adhesive tapes. While W-T inks are suitable for coated and uncoated paper and cardboard, the WD-T series has been designed specifically for use on PE/PP films.
This manufacturer of pressure-sensitive adhesive tape systems is said to specialize in providing a broad range of custom foam bonding solutions for automotive, electronics, construction, graphic arts, medical and general industrial applications.
Under the agreement terms, the two companies will collaborate in developing a transdermal formulation (adhesive tape) of ARICEPT, an agent for treating Alzheimer's disease.
Composed solely of the same little wooden struts, connected to each other and to the walls by adhesive tape, the work in this case made the space seem as if it had been taken over by some aerial skeleton, both impalpable and flexible.
'It has evolved from a basic adhesive tape closure system to one which now has an added mechanical hook and loop while, at the same time, we now have included an elastic component to aid better fit with added comfort.