3M 9087 White Double Sided Plastic Tape, 9mm x 50m
- RS Stock No.:
- Mfr. Part No.:
- 9087 9MMX50M
- COO (Country of Origin):
|1 - 5||€5.58|
|6 - 14||€5.35|
3M™ Double Coated Tape 9087
Introducing 3M™ 9087, it's a High-Performance Double Coated Tape featuring a 375 adhesive that adheres quickly with an immediate bond. Constructed with this adhesive either side of a strong PVC carrier. This go-to double-sided tape adheres to a number of surfaces, with rough surfaces with its high tack, excellent peel and shear performance
High Initial Tack
Featuring a quick and mess-free application, the tape uses 375 adhesive that has been formulated for very high adhesion. This has been rigorously tested to underpin these qualities as 3M are a brand with a lot of integrity and passion to supply some of the best tapes on the market. The high-performance adhesive is great for use on a variety of surfaces including, stainless steel, polycarbonate, glass, HDPE, ABS and high-pressure laminate.
Features and Benefits
260μm thick double coated tape with a PVC, polyvinyl chloride carrier. This tape with adhesive on both sides of a thick PVC carrier for easy handling. Paper liner.
Thick, double-coated film tape with acrylic adhesive. High tack, immediate bond, quick stick, high adhesion and good initial adhesion to a wide variety of materials or surfaces. High strength. Solvent resistant tape.
Bond smooth, rough or textured surfaces with high tack, immediate bond, quick stick and high adhesion
Use for multiple application across many industries
Double-Sided Plastic tapes are primarily used for:
Bonding and mounting of boards and displays
Fixing of decorative trims and emblems
Self-adhesive mounting of furniture trim, sealing profiles and cable ducts
What is the shelf life of this tape?
Its recommended that this tape retains its performance and properties for 24 months after dispatch from the manufacturer.
|Tape Type||Plastic Tape|
|Adhesive Material||Modified Acrylic|
|Adhesion Strength||5.2 N/cm|
|Maximum Operating Temperature||+93°C|
|Minimum Operating Temperature||-40°C|