Tissue is a type of thin, soft and absorbent paper that is typically used used for wiping or cleaning up. Tissue paper is often made from wood pulp or recycled paper and is designed to be gentle on the skin.
Tissue adhesive tape is available in various thicknesses, widths, and colors to suit different applications. It is generally easy to tear by hand or can be cut using scissors or a tape dispenser. The tissue layer in the tape can be made from a variety of materials such as wood pulp, cotton, and polyester, depending on the application requirements.
The tissue layer in the adhesive tape provides added strength, stability, and durability, making it ideal for various applications such as in the woodworking, paper and print industries, and in the automotive and electronics industries. It is also often used for mounting posters, photos, and other lightweight objects.
Double-sided tissue tape provides a strong and durable bond that can withstand the harsh conditions of the automotive environment, such as temperature changes, vibrations, and exposure to water and chemicals.
Tissue adhesive tape is a type of adhesive tape that is different from other types of tapes in several ways. Here are some of the main differences:
Tissue tape is made up of a thin layer of tissue or paper that is coated with an adhesive on one or both sides. Other types of adhesive tapes, such as duct tape, cloth tape, and electrical tape, are made up of different types of materials, such as fabric, vinyl, or plastic, with an adhesive layer on one side.
Tissue tape is generally thinner than other types of adhesive tapes, making it more suitable for applications where a low profile or minimal thickness is required.
Although tissue tape provides a strong and reliable bond, it is generally not as strong as other types of adhesive tapes, such as duct tape, which is designed for heavy-duty applications.
Tissue paper tape is generally more flexible than other types of adhesive tapes, making it more suitable for applications where conformability to curved or irregular surfaces is required.
Tissue tape is commonly used in the paper and print industries, for bookbinding, envelope sealing, and other paper-related applications. Other types of adhesive tapes are used in a wide range of applications, such as packaging, sealing, splicing, and repairing, as well as in various industries such as automotive, construction, and aerospace.
Overall, tissue tape is a versatile and reliable bonding solution that is suitable for a wide range of applications, with its unique properties and construction making it particularly effective for certain applications such as paper bonding, mounting, and splicing.
Double sided tissue tape is made from non-woven-tissue paper coated on both sides with solvent acrylic or rubber resin adhesive and laminated with release paper. Double sided tissue tapes are conformable and flexible, allowing them to stick to irregular surfaces as needed. They are made to die cut well and to be terable by hand.