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PVC masking tape is a type of adhesive tape that is commonly used in painting or construction projects. It is designed to be easily applied and removed, without leaving any residue or damaging the surface it was applied to.

PVC masking tape is often used to mask off areas that should not be painted or coated, such as windows, trims or baseboards. It can also be used to create clean lines when painting stripes or patterns.

PVC tape has better performance than vinyl tape is their temperature ratings. PVC film tape has a higher temperature rating than vinyl tape and can withstand higher temperatures before breaking down or losing its adhesive properties. For this reason, PVC tape is often preferred in industrial applications where high temperatures are common.

PVC Fineline Masking Tape

Masking Tape Application

  • As a protection against paint and dust for surface of aluminum door and window frames, aluminum plates, and stainless steel plates.

  • Create a fine line edges when painting, splitting paint strips.

  • No bleed masking when painting, plastering, and varnishing on smooth surfaces such as plastic, wood and aluminum.

Masking Tapes Features

  • Conformable smooth PVC film as tape’s carrier.
  • Embossed backing or smooth backing.
  • Suitable for smooth and rough surfaces.
  • Can stay on the surface up to 14 days.
  • Natural rubber adhesive easy to peel off without residue.
  • Very easy to unroll.
  • Easy tearing.
PVC Film Tape

Technical Data Sheet

Total Thickness:

Tensile Strength: 18N/10mm
Elongation at break: 150%
Adhesion to steel: 1.6N/10mm
Temperature resistance: 170℃, 1hour