Latest Pressure sensitive tape Stories

2014-03-05 23:03:50

Adchem Corporation has unveiled its new 488M high caliper acrylic adhesive double-sided tape. The 3.5 mils per side acrylic tape is manufactured in the U.S.

2013-06-10 23:22:33

Adchem Corporation, a major supplier of pressure sensitive adhesive (PSA) tapes for the automotive and industrial markets, has issued a bonding study of adhesive tape systems for new materials

2013-05-22 23:27:20

ECHOtape launches new and improved website and makes available Industry Insights Paper, "Making Sustainable Choices in the Adhesive Tape Market" as a free download. Chino,

2013-03-09 23:00:58

Rochester Magnet Launches Adhesive Tape Converting Line East Rochester, NY (PRWEB) March 09, 2013 Rochester Magnet launches converting capabilities for

2013-02-22 23:02:06

Adchem Corporation, a leader in engineering and manufacturing of high performance pressure-sensitive adhesive tapes, adds 7833-PET, an elevated temperature acrylic adhesive transfer tape on a

2013-02-11 23:03:00

TESLA’s lead guitarist provides “living proof” he uses Shurtape Hickory, N.C.

2013-01-01 05:00:42

Adchem Corporation, a major supplier of adhesive tapes for the automotive and industrial markets, announced its certification under the newly established Responsible Tape Manufacturer (RTM) program

2012-12-20 05:00:59

Adchem Corporation has engineered a new family of acrylic tape products for fast growing Low Surface Energy (LSE) materials common to automotive, medical device, electronics, and transportation

2011-10-03 13:00:00

Best Pack, a leading name in providing top quality taping machines as well as other packaging equipment, is giving a free case of packaging tape to all customers who purchase the MSDBF Semi-Automatic

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  • The abrogation of a law by a higher authority; annulment.
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