A highly creped, general purpose paper masking tape for various application fields. The product is particularly recommended for all standard masking work in painting and paint spraying with air drying paints. It is also suitable for fixing of paper masks, for packaging and bundling purposes and for masking before under sealing. 4322 is also used for strengthening uppers in the shoe industry. The extremely high stretch capacity of the flexible backing guarantees - even in narrow curves - a good adhesion . Good flexibility allows adhesion to complicated contours and rough surface.
A finely creped paper masking tape. The product is thin and flexible and therefore suitable for all general purpose masking applications, as well as oven drying applications up to a temperature of 100 degrees C.
A finely creped paper masking tape for paint spraying with subsequent oven drying up to a temperature of 120 degrees C. The product is resistant to wet sanding. Paints and fillers adhere well to the backing. Due to the thin and flexible backing 4317 is especially suitable for applications requiring sharp paint edges. The material can be used on painted metal, rubber, glass and chrome parts. 4317 can be removed without leaving any residues.
The TESA 4323 is a finely creped paper masking tape with a natural rubber adhesive. This product is suitable for general purpose applications: masking, holding, sealing, fixing, light duty packaging etc.
A finely creped, flexible paper masking tape, especially suitable for water or solvent based paints followed by oven drying. Oven drying up to a temperature of 140 degrees C. Applications; final bandages of circuit boards, as well as anti-splintering protection of glass on the rear of mirrors, Paints and even critical filler systems adhere very well to the backing avoiding any kind of flaking, can be removed from rubber, glass and paint - even in cold conditions - without tearing or adhesive residues.
A finely creped, flexible, water and temperature resistant masking tape with a high tensile strength. It is very suitable for high quality spraying or paint finishing in oven drying applications, especially for multiple heat treatments (165 degrees C short term). 4330 guarantees sharp edged finishing due to its fine creped structure, The adhesion of paint and filler to the reverse side of the tape is excellent. 4330 can be removed very easily without leaving any residues.
The TESA 50600 is a high-temperature masking tape featuring a green polyester backing with a silicone adhesive. The tape is easy to apply with temperature resisting up to 220°C/428°F(30min.).
442 is a polyester film, single coated with a silicone pressure-sensitive adhesive. It is resistant to components used in varnish dipping, epoxy resin coatings and adhesives; it can withstand long periods of heat up to 180ºC and short periods up to 200ºC for 20 minutes and its red colour enables easy splice identification.
Colours = Blue & Red.
Material: Polyester Film
A special masking tape with a tough, resistant stabilised paper backing and strong adhesive. Due to the resistant paper backing 4432 is suitable as a stencil material for sandblasting glass and stone; normal durability (6 sec./4 bar). 4432 is also used as a protection tape against splinters of glass and vehicle mirrors. Because of it's properties - a thin, smooth and flexible backing combined with a strong adhesion 4432 gives protection to anti-glare mirrors during rough polishing and at the same time protecting the reverse side of the mirror from damage.
A strong creped, flexible and tear resistant paper masking tape with a high stretch capacity. It is particularly suited for masking during paintwork, for under sealing and bundling as well as for edge protection of paper reels. The product offers a good tack. Stretching the creped backing guarantees evenly defined paint edges and a good adhesion.
This tape consists of a lightly creped paper coated with a thermostable, silicone based adhesive. 2595 is specifically designed for use in paint stoving cycles incorporating temperatures in excess of 180 degree C. It has worked satisfactorily on a number of metals including polished and anodised aluminium, chemically etched steel, passivated cadmium, magnesium, various types of copper containing alloys and brass. It has been found that removal is most easily and cleanly accomplished when the tape and its substrate have cooled to 40 - 60 degrees C. As a guide objects at 60 degrees C are just to hot to handle comfortably.
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