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Sku: V5133-PV1

Applications

  • Secure attachment of truck and car mirrors in plastic housings
  • Self-adhesive finishing of moldings, trim panels, and cable ducts
  • For the extension and splicing of paper, textiles, plastic, and metal films
  • Appropriate for rough or structured surfaces due to its high adhesive mass

Benefits

  • Very good resistance to UV radiation, temperature effects, chemicals and solvents as well as moisture
  • High shear strength
  • High temperature resistance

Storage Conditions

The Rolls should be stored in their packaging protected from light and at a temperature between 15°C to 24°C, with a relative humidity of 50% +/- 30%. When using an adhesive tape stored below 15°C, it is advisable to keep the tape at room temperature for 24 hours to preserve its characteristics.

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volzV5133 PV1 is a double-sided adhesive tape consisting of a polyester film backing coated on both sides with a modified solvent acrylic, pressure-sensitive adhesive. It features high resistance to UV radiation, temperature effects, chemicals and solvents, and moisture. In addition, the tape is suitable for permanent bonding to low-energy metal and paint, as well as high-energy plastic surfaces.

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Benefits

Benefits

  • Very good resistance to UV radiation, temperature effects, chemicals and solvents as well as moisture
  • High shear strength
  • High temperature resistance
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