Saint-Gobain Tape Solutions Datasheets for Masking Tapes

Masking tape is a pressure-sensitive, adhesive tape used to shield surfaces from a nearby finishing process, such as painting, soldering, blasting, or plating. Masking tapes are rated by their tensile strength and adhesion bond, and come in a selection of materials that increase their versatility.


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Product Name Notes
Matte ETFE-Silicone Pressure Sensitive Adhesive Tape CHR 2455 Blue is manufactured with a matte ETFE backing coated with high-temperature silicone adhesive. Features/Benefits CHR 2455 tape is designed to be a...
CHR 2945 is a silicone rubber/glass cloth backing coated with an aggressive high-temperature silicone adhesive.
CHR 29A5 is a silicone rubber/glass cloth backing coated with an aggressive high-temperature silicone adhesive without a liner.
CHR CW01 is a high performance fiberglass reinforced, polyester film with pressure sensitive acrylic adhesive.
CHR HV60 is a silicone coated glass fabric with silicone adhesive.
CHR Industrial tapes are fiberglass fabric impregnated with PTFE dispersion and coated with high-temperature, pressure-sensitive acrylic or silicone adhesive. SG33, SG35, SG36, and A-2005 are frequently used by the packaging...
CHR MCL Cling Polyester is polyester film coated with a high temperature UV resistant cling adhesive.
CHR tape solutions include a broad range of pressure sensitive adhesive tapes (PSATs) supporting the most demanding extreme and exacting applications.  Substrates include Polyester with silicone, rubber, acrylic, and proprietary adhesive...
Copper C661 tape is developed for specialty shielding applications; typically IC chips, electrical cabinets, cables, motors and static dissipation. C665 tape is designed for conductivity through the entire construction. The...
Polyester films have excellent dimensional stability, high tensile, tear, and impact strengths, and ultimate elongation up to 120% of its original dimensions. These films exhibit low water absorption and good...
Polyimide films are employed because of their extreme heat resistance. Service temperatures range from -100°F to +500°F (-73°C to +260°C). These flame retardant films exhibit high tensile strength and conformability,...
PTFE films provide a conformable release surface and exhibit a remarkably low coefficient of friction and non-stick properties. PTFE films have high temperature resistance and are virtually unaffected by all...