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Composition of adhesive tape

Adhesive tape, commonly known as adhesive tape, is a product that uses cloth, paper, film, and other materials as the base material. The adhesive is evenly applied to the above substrate, processed into a strip, and then made into a coil for supply. Adhesive tape consists of three parts: substrate, adhesive, and release paper (film).

The type of substrate is the most common classification standard for adhesive tapes. According to the different substrates used, adhesive tapes can be divided into six categories: paper based tape, cloth based tape, film based tape, metal tape, foam tape, and non substrate tape.

In addition, adhesive tapes can also be classified based on their effectiveness and the type of adhesive used. According to their effectiveness, adhesive tape can be divided into high-temperature tape, double-sided tape, insulation tape, and special tape, etc; According to the type of adhesive, adhesive tape can be divided into water-based tape, oil-based tape, solvent based tape, hot melt tape, and natural rubber tape. Adhesive tape has a wide range of applications in people’s daily life and industrial activities. With the continuous improvement of adhesive tape production technology, new functions have been continuously developed for adhesive tape. It has expanded from basic sealing, connection, fixation, protection and other functions to various composite functions such as waterproofing, insulation, conductivity, high temperature resistance, corrosion resistance, etc.

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