07 November 2017
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Seam sealer, single and two-part adhesives

The new FAQs section of the website for CTA (Central Tapes & Adhesives) is up and running.

The section provides a place where current and potential customers can go to have their questions answered.

“Like many businesses in the manufacturing industry, we encounter many of the same questions over and over again,” said the company. “Of course, we’re more than happy to help, but we wanted more information available to our customers at their convenience; basically, to save them an unnecessary phone call. We decided it was time to take action and create a place where we could direct people that answers all the common queries that we hear every day.

CTA’s FAQs page – https://ctaltd.co.uk/faqs – covers its three areas of expertise: seam sealer, single and two-part adhesives. Examples of the questions that answered are:

  • When should I use seam sealer?
  • Is seam sealer paintable?
  • What are the differences between single and two part adhesives?
  • What is adhesive curing?
  • When should I use single part adhesives?
  • When should I use two-part adhesives?

“And if you have a question that isn’t answered here, then you can contact us via phone (0121 378 2909), contact form(https://ctaltd.co.uk/contact) or email us directly at sales@ctaltd.co.uk,” says CTA. “If we’re online (usually during working hours), you can even message us instantly, using the yellow chatbox function on our website.

“We’re committed to providing all the information you need, in order to make the right decision on what products to use for your manufacturing needs,” added the company. “We look forward to adding to this section of our website in future to include adhesive tapes and other specialist areas of knowledge that we can help people with.”

Brian Wall

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