Tesa highlights adhesive tape for bonding of glass partitions at Southern Manufacturing
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ACXplus 705X adhesive tape
At Southern Manufacturing 2014 on 12–13 February, Tesa will highlight its double-sided adhesive tapes for long-term bonding on indoor and outdoor applications, with a particular focus on Tesa ACXplus 705X, which is suitable for architects, specifiers and contractors who are responsible for the use of glass partition walls in a variety of premises.
ACXplus 705X is said to offer a fast, robust and transparent bond for glass partitions in offices, reception areas, meeting rooms and catering areas.
According to Tesa, whether on glass-to-glass, glass-to-metal applications such as stainless steel or with a transparent thermoplastic such as PMMA, the tapes offer a dependable result with rapid and straightforward application.
At Southern Manufacturing 2014, Tesa is inviting visitors to drop by its stand to discuss their application requirements and find out how the business can assist them in adding to the quality of their products and methods of manufacturing.
Key features and specifications
- ACXplus 7056 provides a thickness of 1.500µm
- ACXplus 7058 provides a thickness of 2.000µm
- The ultra-transparent, pure acrylic double-sided tapes offer high bonding power and high UV, temperature and solvent resistance
- The ACXplus range is recognised for its unique viscoelastic properties, which provide excellent stress dissipation across different substrates
Through its products, including duct tapes and fleece cable harnessing tapes, Tesa is supporting up-and-coming motorcycle racer Ryan McAdam. The company’s products are said to have excellent tensile strength and adhesion, even on rough surfaces.
Tesa UK’s 4651 adhesive tape has played an important role in Lizzy Yarnold’s Olympic gold medal win in the skeleton event in Sochi.
Tesa’s adhesive tape is taking the place of conventional joining and fastening methods in much of the automotive industry, where there is a premium being put on manufacturers to design and produce ever lighter, more efficient and more aerodynamic vehicles.
Tesa is helping the British skeleton team to compete in the winter sport event — which sees competitors in a face-up prone position just inches from the surface while accelerating up to speeds of 90mph — by providing the Tesa 4651 tape, which is used for many parts of the skeleton sleds.
Tesa is offering a range of double-sided tapes that are said to be clean, light and strong, to equally distribute stress across a bond area and to offer high resistance to temperatures and different weather conditions.