3M™ Double Coated Adhesive Tapes

Double coated tapes consist of pressure-sensitive adhesive on both sides of a carrier. The carrier reinforces the substrate while, at the same time, allows for easier dispensing. Because of the added layer, double coated tapes tend to be thicker and will generally have lower temperature resistance simply due to the limitations of the carrier that the adhesive rests on.

When two distinct adhesives are needed in order to join dissimilar surfaces, double coated tapes are the preferred choice and are often referred to as "differential tapes." For instance, you may have a need for a permanent adhesive on one side of a carrier and a removable on the opposite.

Double coated tapes can be used reinforce substrates. For instance, they can be used to join porous substrates, such as foam, to help keep the substrate from reshaping itself. They are also used to help fill any gaps between parts that an adhesive transfer tape would cover. Double coated tapes are often referred to as "spacers" in this type of application.

As a 3M Master Converter, Tekra can convert any double coated tape down to the size you need including for applications needing narrow width slitting.

Check out the 3M™ Converter Markets Selection Guide for more product details.

3M™ Double Coated Tapes Products

Adhesion to high surface energy surfaces

Adhesion to low surface energy surfaces

Features

  • NEW!
  • 2 mils - thinnest DC 300LSE product
  • Excellent anti-lifting properties
  • Bonds well to both low and high surface energy substrates
  • Good resistance to consumer chemicals

Features

  • Film carrier
  • 5.9 mils
  • Bonds well to both low and high surface energy substrates

Features

  • Low tack adhesive on the back side and a high tack adhesive on face side
  • Low tack adhesive allows for removal from many films, foils, and papers

Features

  • Double coated version of 468MP
  • Improved handling during slitting and die-cutting
  • Polyester carrier provides dimensional stability
  • Adhesive provides exceptional temperature & chemical resistance

Features

  • Thick double coat
  • Thin polyester film for dimensional stability
  • Ease of die cutting and laminating
  • Thicker version of 9690 and 9690B

Features

  • Differential foam tape. 300MP for foam laminating & 300LE for bonding to low surface energy substrates
  • Film carrier adds dimensional stability to foams and other substrates
  • Easier to handle tape during slitting and die-cutting
  • Very high initial adhesion

Features

  • Quick flowing adhesive with excellent initial tack
  • Aggressively bonds to man surfaces, including plastics like polyethylene
  • Medium temperature and low solvent resistance
  • Dimensionally stable

Features

  • Quick flowing adhesive with excellent initial adhesion speeds lamination process
  • Aggressively bonds to many surfaces
  • Great aging properties
  • Same as 444 but with polycoated kraft liner

Features

  • High adhesion to a wide variety of materials such as HSE, LSE and metals
  • Thin double coat for applications where thickness is critical
  • Good temperature and UV resistance
  • Good peel strength

Features

  • Ultra thin double coat for applications where thickness is critical
  • High adhesion to a wide variety of materials such as HSE, LSE and metals
  • Good temperature & UV resistance
  • Good peel strength

Features

  • Thin polyester carrier provides dimensional stability
  • Improved handling with ease of die-cutting and lamination

Features

  • Features dual liner for ease in selective die cutting
  • Film carrier adds dimensional stability to foams and other substrates
  • Easier to handle tape during slitting and die-cutting
  • Bond strength of 3M™ Laminating Adhesive 300LSE increase as a function of time and temperature

Features

  • Two liner version of 9495MP
  • 3.0 mil opaque white HDPE

Features

  • Film carrier adds dimensional stability to foams and other substrates
  • Easier to handle tape during slitting and die-cutting
  • Bond strength of 3M™ Laminating Adhesive 300LSE increase as a function of time and temperature
  • Very high initial adhesion

Features

  • Good initial quick stick and adhesion build over time
  • Adhesion to silicone rubbers and silicone foams
  • Excellent solvent resistance
  • Superior temperature performance

Features

  • Excellent adhesion to difficult to bond to surfaces such as HDPE, LDPE, and PP
  • Super quick stick
  • Higher adhesion from a thinner tape
  • Excellent solvent resistance

Features

  • Excellent adhesion to difficult to bond to surfaces such as HDPE, LDPE, and PP
  • Super quick stick
  • Higher adhesion from a thinner tape
  • Excellent solvent resistance

Features

  • Excellent adhesion to difficult to bond to surfaces such as HDPE, LDPE, and PP
  • Super quick stick
  • Higher adhesion from a thinner tape
  • Excellent solvent resistance

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