A pressure-sensitive adhesive unsupported applied to a two-sided release coated liner.
Sealants, Adhesives and Tapes Release liner coated with a pressure-sensitive adhesive film from which the liner can be removed, after application to a surface, leaving only the adhesive on the substrate.
Another name for 'application tape'.
Adhesive coated paper. Transfer tape is placed on weeded vinyl. The transfer tape is used to pull the decal off the liner and to transfer it to another surface. The transfer tape holds all of the pieces together in their pre-spaced locations until they are applied to a substrate.
A pressure sensitive adhesive strip applied during converting that has a liner which can be removed to expose the adhesive. Similar to a double sided tape.
An unsupported, pressure-sensitive adhesive applied to a two-sided release coated liner
A peel and stick tape used in business forms.
Medium-tack adhesive coated on translucent paper. Transfer tape is placed on weeded vinyl images still on the original carrier liner; the tack of the tape is stronger than the adhesion of the vinyl to the coated liner, so the image is pulled off the liner in a transfer to another surface.
An unsupported pressure-sensitive adhesive on a release liner that has been release coated on both sides.
An unsupported adhesive on a liner. Like rubber cement on a roll.