Packaging Tapes PP


Foam tapes


Ethylene Propylene Diene Monomer) foam tape is a type of sealing tape made of high-strength elastomer, widely used in various industries. EPDM is a synthetic rubber that has excellent resistance to weathering, UV radiation, ozone, temperatures and chemicals.

EPDM foam tape applications:

  • Construction: EPDM foam tape is often used in the construction industry to seal roofs, windows, doors, gutters and facade joints. Thanks to its flexibility and resistance to external factors, EPDM provides a long-lasting seal.

  • Automotive: In the automotive industry, EPDM foam tape is used to seal automotive components such as doors, windows, tailgates and engine covers.

  • HVAC: EPDM foam tapes are used in heating, ventilation and air conditioning systems to seal pipes, ducts and joints.

  • Electronics: EPDM tapes are used to insulate wires, protect electronic components from moisture, dust and vibration.

  • Industry: EPDM foam tape can be used to seal joints in chemical, petroleum, food, pharmaceutical and other industries where resistance to a wide range of chemicals is required

Advantages of EPDM foam tape:

  • Weather resistance: EPDM foam tape is resistant to UV radiation, ozone, rain, snow and other weather conditions.

  • Flexibility: EPDM foam tape is highly flexible, allowing it to be used in a variety of shapes and profiles.

  • Temperature resistance: EPDM tape is resistant to a wide range of temperatures, allowing it to be used in a variety of environments.

  • Chemical resistance: EPDM foam tape is resistant to most chemicals, allowing it to be used in various industries.

  • EASY TO INSTALL: EPDM foam tape is easy to use, and can be easily cut to the right shape and adhered to various surfaces.

Here are some basic techniques for converting EPDM adhesive tapes:


This is the most common technique in converting, which involves cutting the tapes to the desired width. There are various cutting methods, such as rotary knife cutting, straight knife cutting or laser cutting.


The winding process involves winding tapes onto rolls of a specific size that are suitable for a particular application. Winding can be carried out either on winding machines or by hand.


The lamination technique involves joining two or more layers of materials, such as adhesive tapes, films or paper. Laminating can be done hot or cold, depending on the properties of the materials and customer requirements.


Cutting allows a specific shape to be obtained from adhesive tape, such as geometric shapes, letters or other patterns. Cutting can be done with knives, cutting presses, cutting plotters or lasers.


Finished products are then packaged and labeled according to customer requirements so that they are ready for shipment.

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