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Adhesive Applications Introduces Highest Strength Fenestration Foam Tape

Published on 2010-08-03. Author : SpecialChem

Easthampton, MA -- Adhesive Applications announces availability of new highstrength, high-density 12lb SDL (Simulated Divided Light) foam tape. The new tape is designed specifically for fenestration applications where permanent mounting is required. "It's something our fenestration customers will see the immediate benefits of," stated David Premo, VP/General Manager, Adhesive Applications. "Not only is it the highest strength available, but we're also able to provide it as a more cost effective alternative to comparative products on the market."

Special polyolefin foam is cross-linked with a unique process for improved toughness, and adhesive is engineered for exceptional anchorage in permanent mounting of interior and exterior muntin bars. The tape shadows well for clean sight lines in SDL mounting. High performance, high-density foam adhesive bonds window grilles constructed of wood, metal, vinyl and other plastics and composite materials to glass. The product is available in a variety of colors and thicknesses.

Adhesive Applications provides a full line of foam tapes, film tapes, specialty tapes, and custom adhesives specifically engineered for fenestration applications.

Adhesive Applications, formed through a merger of Stik-2 Products and Dielectric Polymers, is the adhesive solutions company. The company offers a broad portfolio of film tapes, foam tapes, transfer adhesive tapes, and specialty tapes and sealants. Their solutions are used in applications from aerospace to windows and have been time tested and proven to work for over fifty years. Products are available through direct sales and an extensive distributor network. The company is headquartered in Easthampton, Massachusetts.

Source: Adhesive Application


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