Latest Pressure sensitive tape Stories

2009-04-22 11:24:00

CHARLOTTE, N.C., April 22 /PRNewswire/ -- Company officials of tesa tape, inc., a division of tesa SE, a global leader in the manufacture and supply of pressure-sensitive adhesive tapes, recently named a new Sales Specialist for the Northeastern region of the United States. (Photo: http://www.newscom.com/cgi-bin/prnh/20090422/CL03464) Starting June 1, 2009, Mr. Chris Ferrelli will have sales responsibility for industrial markets throughout Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, Massachusetts,...

2008-10-23 10:00:23

Physicists have found an amazing discovery in a common household item: Scotch tape.  They found if you peel the popular adhesive tape off its roll in a vacuum chamber, it emits X-rays. "We were very surprised," said Juan Escobar. "The power you could get from just peeling tape was enormous." Escobar, a graduate student at the University of California, Los Angeles, reports the work with UCLA colleagues in Thursday's issue of the journal Nature. More than 50 years ago, some Russian...

2008-09-09 15:00:38

Intertape Polymer Group Inc. (TSX: ITP)(NYSE: ITP) ("Intertape" or the "Company") today announced the start-up of its in-house solvent coater at the Company's Brighton, Colorado facility. The coater will support the low cost manufacture of products, such as natural rubber carton sealing tape, which the Company had been purchasing from third party suppliers. The added coating capacity permits the expansion of sales, allows the growth of existing products, and boosts the capability to rapidly...

2007-10-11 21:34:58

WASHINGTON (AP) - Now here's a sticky situation. How do you make a tape that doesn't lose its grip when it is peeled off and reused? Tree frogs, crickets and some other animals have mastered the problem. So researchers in India thought they ought to be able to figure it out too, and they did, they report in Friday's issue of the journal Science. Researchers led by Abhijit Majumder at the Indian Institute of Technology in Kanpur, India, studied the toe pads of tree frogs to figure out what...

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