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Web press splicing tape is a type of tape that is specifically designed for splicing webs of material together, such as paper, film, and foil. It is used in a variety of industries, including printing, packaging, and manufacturing.

Web splicing tape is a type of adhesive tape used in the printing industry, specifically for web offset printing presses. It is designed to join or splice together the end of one roll of paper or film with the beginning of another roll, allowing for continuous printing without interruption. The splicing tape is typically applied to the leading edge of the new roll and adhered to the trailing edge of the expiring roll, ensuring a smooth transition between the two rolls. This tape is specially formulated to have strong adhesion and durability, as well as being resistant to heat and moisture to withstand the printing process.

Web splicing tape is also designed to be used at high speeds. This is important because web press machines typically operate at very fast speeds. Web splicing tape must be able to form a strong bond between the two webs of material quickly and efficiently in order to avoid downtime and waste. They are provide superior adhesion to “difficult-to-adhere-to” surfaces such as plastic films, polycoated paper and boards, and other low-energy surfaces.

Splicing Tape Applications:

  • Extrusion coating
  • Lamination coating
  • Flexible packaging
  • Aseptic packaging
  • Silicone coaters
  • Barrier coaters
  • Flexographic printing
  • Rotogravure printing

Splicing Tape Advantages:

  • Slit liner for the secure fixation of the top sheet.
  • Adhesive formulation with very high tack properties for excellent contact between expiring web and new reel.


Tape Structure:

Web splicing tape Structure

Tape Data:


Synthetic Rubber


60g/㎡ Repulpable Paper


90g/㎡ Slitting Glassine paper

Tape Thickness

110±5 um

Separatable Layer

110 um to 120 um

Tape color


Ball tack at 25℃

Ball No.18

Adhesion to Steel


Heat Resistance

150 ℃