Thursday, 9 October 2014
Not all substances are composed of molecules that exhibit wetting or induce Van der Waal’s forces. Polymer, the main component of most adhesives are among the materials which show strength in both processes, making them effective for pressure sensitive bonding. Likewise, they have large molecules such that even with minimal Van der Waal’s forces, they are strong enough to produce a binding reaction with the molecules of other substances.
Tuesday, 7 October 2014
Coloured adhesive tape offers a number of safety benefits to warehouse operations. It gives workers and vehicles instant direction, preventing them from heading to a dangerous zone, and allowing them to find their destination in the warehouse fast. It also helps keep certain areas of the floor–like the walkways–free of clutter, thus minimizing the chances of tripping, and providing sufficient running space in case of an emergency.
Sunday, 5 October 2014
Duct tape’s strength come from the process of combining its fabric and adhesive materials through a precise layering process. An alternative method is the trademarked, “Durabond Construction”. This involves the use of a film coated with adhesive pellets, which is then blended with the mesh while still hot. The adhesive is then spread onto the film. This process is said to minimize the chances of delamination.
Friday, 3 October 2014
A number of double sided tapes in the market are of industrial grade and for general purpose. They were manufactured with superior adhesive properties compared to common consumer grade tapes. They are certainly strong and long-lasting enough to hold signage of various weights, sizes, and materials, for as long as needed. In fact, quality adhesive foam tape have many applications, including mounting mirrors or other bathroom fixtures, and as extra glazing for windows.