Surface Armor LLC Datasheets for Adhesive Tapes

Adhesive tapes are used to assemble materials or parts together using a sticky chemical bond. Adhesive tapes are made by coating a backing or carrier (paper, plastic film, cloth, foam or foil) with an adhesive on a web or roll coater.
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General Surfaces Surface Armor protective film has a seemingly endless array of uses. If you need to protect hardwood floors, vinyl, MDF, wood veneer, circuit boards or almost any kind...
Glazing Keep Your Fenestration Systems Spotless! With commercial glazing systems, finish is everything! Whether you are installing anodized storefront, powder coated windows, Kynar® painted curtain wall or mirror finish doors.
Laminate Surfaces The use of laminates is very common for countertops, construction panels, cabinetry, flooring and laminate-surfaced furniture but a single scratch, nick or stain can destroy the look and...
Laser Cutting Film Our Laser Film offers both Fiber and CO2 laser compatibility. This product has been approved by leading laser manufacturers, such as Bystronic, Salvagnini and Trumpf. The 4-228-GY...
Metal Surfaces Metallic surfaces are not immune to damage and wear, especially during the fabrication and finishing processes. Metal surfaces can be marred by chatter marks, scratches or swirls, or...
Plastic Surfaces Plastics are everywhere! From large-scale flat sheet stock to molded containers, appliances and electronic devices, plastic has been there, done that. But to keep plastic surfaces safe, from...
Stainless Steel Protection Film With stainless steel, finish is everything. Whether you are looking for a brushed, bright annealed or mirror appearance, a single scratch can ruin the value of...
Stone Surfaces Contractors, homeowners and remodelers today have discriminating tastes when it comes to stonework, tile, marble and rock. Kitchens are fitted with granite or solid surface counters. Grand entries...
Glass Protection Film By its nature, glass is extremely fragile. Even heavy-duty tempered glass can scratch, mar, swirl, etch or haze with handling and exposure. This makes working with glass...