This refers to a combination of a pressure-sensitive adhesive with a carrier. Tapes are either self-wound or utilize release liners or films.
Sometimes called 'sticky tape'. Adhesive tape that adheres to a surface when pressure is applied. The adhesive frequently degrades leaving a brown residue, which stains and makes the paper brittle. Some conservation grade pressure sensitive tapes are available but they are not recommended for use on original materials.
A combination of a pressure sensitive adhesive and a backing.
A term used to describe a category of tape coated on one or both faces with a pressure sensitive adhesive.
Sometimes called 'sticky' tape. An adhesive tape that attaches to a surface when pressure is applied. The adhesive frequently degrades leaving a brown residue which stains and embrittles paper. Not recommended for materials intended for long term preservation.