Velour Flocking Tape targets automotive applications.

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Scapa P1010A consists of black 20-23 mil thick nylon flock material single-coated with aggressive, automotive-grade, low-fogging acrylic adhesive. Offering resistance to environmental extremes and abrasion, product is designed for automotive applications including anti-rattle, NVH, and friction reduction. It meets majority of requirements of Ford ESB-M6G17-A, General Motors 6420M, and DaimlerChrysler MS-JZ8-22.



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Black Velour Automotive Flocking Tape for Anti-rattle, NVH, and Friction Control



Windsor, Connecticut - August 9, 2005...Scapa Automotive offers Scapa P1010A, a black flocking tape designed for automotive applications including anti-rattle, NVH, and friction reduction. The product meets the majority of the requirements of Ford ESB-M6G17-A, General Motors 6420M, and DaimlerChrysler MS-JZ8-22 automotive specifications.

Scapa P1010A consists of a black 20 to 23 mil thick precision cut nylon flock material, single coated with an aggressive automotive-grade acrylic adhesive. The product's low fogging acrylic adhesive offers exceptionally high tack and peel strength and bonds well to a wide variety of surfaces. The high adhesive coat weight allows the product to bond well to irregular surfaces.

Appropriate for a range of automotive and industrial assembly applications, Scapa P1010A offers excellent resistance to environmental extremes and abrasion. The PET release liner delivers excellent performance in die cutting applications. The product is also available with a 80# paper liner and a low surface energy adhesive.

For additional information, contact Scapa Applications Support at (800) 653-5315, or access the Scapa Automotive website at www.scapaautomotive.com/. Scapa North America develops innovative specialty adhesive films, tapes and compounds for a range of markets. Major markets include aerospace, automotive, cable, construction, electronics, industrial assembly, medical, sports and entertainment, and printing and graphics.

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