Product News: Adhesives & Sealants, Mounting & Attaching Products

Ultra-thin Acrylic Tape offers OEMs alternative to glues.

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February 1, 2012 - Measuring .005 in. thick, FFVSA-5 acrylic adhesive offers OEMs alternative to glues and is designed for difficult-to-attach woods, foams, fabric, painted surfaces and plastics. It is available in lengths of 180 yards for longer production runs, as well as widths of 3/16 to 54 in. This free film adhesive will not display gaps between materials in assembled product, and is resitant to water, humidity, and aging.

Pres-On Products, Inc.

2600 E. 107th Street, Bolingbrook, IL, 60440, USA

Original Press Release

Pres-On Introduces Ultra-Thin Acrylic Adhesive for OEM Assembly Work

Press release date: January 20, 2012

ADDISON, IL, -- Pres-On, a leading manufacturer of industrial tapes and gaskets, is now offering a new "free film" acrylic adhesive for OEM's who require the immediate adhesion of materials during assembly, including onto difficult-to-attach woods, foams, fabric, painted surfaces and plastics.

New Pres-On FFVSA-5 acrylic adhesive exhibits high ultimate adhesion and holding power, along with excellent environmental resistance and aging properties. Measuring only .005 inch thick, it will not cause unsightly gaps between materials in the assembled product. It also represents a cleaner, easier-to-apply alternative to messy glues while delivering superior reliability.

Pres-On FFVSA-5 is available in lengths of 180 yards for longer production runs, as well as widths of 3/16-inch to 54 inches.

For more information, pricing and free samples, call Pres-On at 800.690.8025 or email sales@pres-on.com. On the web visit www.preson.com.

ABOUT PRES-ON
Founded in 1949, Pres-On is a leading manufacturer of adhesive coating, coated foam tape, mounting substrates, gaskets and cap liners serving customers worldwide in the industrial and consumer markets. Pres-On is based in Addison, Illinois.

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