When it comes to finding the perfect solution for just about any bonding application between a variety of substrates and surfaces, count on Intertape® brand Double-Coated Tapes (Double-Sided Tapes). These pressure-sensitive tapes feature an adhesive coating on the front and back. Intended as a sleek companion or alternative to traditional rivets, screws or glue, our double-coated tapes are ideal when an aggressive, long term or permanent bonding solution is needed. Available in a wide variety of sizes, types and adhesive technologies, there's sure to be a double-coated tape to suit your most demanding needs!
Adhesive Transfer Tapes all have a solvent based acrylic adhesive on an easy release kraft paper liner. The shear and adhesion properties of the ATA & ATG family of products range from good to excellent and are suitable for a broad range of temperatures, and are resistant to UV light. ATG products are reverse wound so they can be easily applied to many surfaces with an Adhesive Transfer Tape Gun.
Double-Coated Tissue Tapes are designed to be durable, yet easy to handle so it saves valuable processing time and reduces cost by virtually eliminating breakage. Much of this durability is due to the heavy duty release liner that contributes added strength, making it converter friendly.
Double-Coated Paper Tapes offer aggressive pressure sensitive natural rubber adhesive generously coated on both sides of a durable paper backing. Both tapes feature an easy release white crepe paper liner and can be applied by hand or machine. Ideal for textile manufacturing and carpet installation.
Double-Coated Film Tapes provide excellent adhesion to a variety of surfaces and are ideal for permanent bonding and mounting applications. The selection of vinyl and polyester backings allow for usage in a wide range of temperatures.
Double-Coated Foam Tapes bring exceptional performance in applications where long term bonding is needed. Ideal for mounting, cushioning, sound dampening and vibration. The conformable foam construction performs well when filling gaps on both uniform and irregular surfaces.