New tesa tape enhances the performance of mounting applications

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tesa has launched its first residue-free single-use removable foam adhesive tape, optimising processing and performance in a range of applications. The newly developed tesa® 65610 Removable eliminates adhesive tape residue with a special PET reinforcement film which allows quick, easy and complete removal. This latest addition to our double-sided foam tape range saves customers time by eliminating the need to remove visible foam residue left by conventional tapes and also compensates for irregular surfaces, enabling high bonding power even on rough surfaces and an excellent shock absorption.

tesa has introduced a new double sided tape for outdoor mounting applications that offers high ultimate adhesion to deliver reliable bonding performance in the most demanding of environments.

tesa® 62510 is 1mm thick (1000µm) and has a highly conformable PE foam backing, designed to allow ease of application while providing a perfect fit on a wide range of mounting applications, such as for trims and extruded profiles, point of sale and display.

Combining an elongation at break of 180% with a tensile strength of 10 N/cm, the tape’s high strength creates a durable bond that significantly reduces the chances of tearing or breakage during application.

The tackified acrylic adhesive, with its UV, water and ageing resistance as well as excellent adhesion to a variety of substrates including steel, ABS, aluminium, PET, PVC and so on, makes it particularly well suited to tough outdoor applications across a diverse range of mounting operations.

Jeremy Smith, Marketing Manager for tesa UK commented, “tesa® 62510 offers companies in various sectors a powerful solution for constructive bonding that creates new possibilities for innovative mounting designs through promoting new combinations of materials, enhancing the end result and delivering a more efficient means of processing.”

Tests conducted by TÜV Rheinland confirmed tesa® 62510’s long term adhesion performance after IEC 61215 climate tests and an 85˚C temperature resistance.