PSA Film is suited for die-cutting intricate parts.

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Featuring release liners on both sides for optimal firmness, Scapa 707 is made up of polyester film double-coated with silicone adhesive on one side and acrylic adhesive on other. Conformable tape contours to intricate parts and provides chemical resistance. Pressure sensitive adhesive (PSA) film adheres to silicone gaskets, foams, and sponges over operating temperature range of -20 to +350°F, and acrylic adhesive also bonds to plastic, glass, and metal substrates.



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Double Sided Adhesive Film Features Dual Release Liners for Die-Cutting Intricate Parts



Windsor, Connecticut - October 28, 2008... For precision die-cutting applications involving intricate parts, Scapa North America offers Scapa 707, a double coated pressure sensitive adhesive film that features release liners on both sides for added firmness. The product can be used for general purpose bonding, foam fabrication, precision die cutting, and splicing silicone coated papers and films.

Scapa 707 is made up of a polyester film double coated with a silicone adhesive on one side and an acrylic adhesive on the other. It offers excellent adhesion to silicone gaskets, foams and sponges. This highly conformable tape contours well to intricate parts and provides good chemical resistance, excellent quick stick and holding power, and an operating temperature range of -20?F to +350?F. The high tack acrylic adhesive on Scapa 707 bonds well to plastic, glass and metal substrates.

For additional information, contact Scapa Applications Support at (800) 653-5316, or access the Scapa website at www.scapana.com. Scapa North America develops innovative specialty adhesive films and tapes for a range of markets. Major markets include aerospace, athletics, automotive, cable, construction, electronics, hockey, industrial assembly, medical, pipeline and printing and graphics.

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