Saint-Gobain Tape Solutions Datasheets for Cloth Tapes

Cloth tapes provide robustness with the incorporation of a fabric or fiber carrier, such as cotton, scrim, glass, fiberglass, or polyester. They are adaptable to a variety of substrates and conditions, as substantiated by the most common type of cloth tapes—duct tape.


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Product Name Notes
CHR Cloth-Glass Tape CHR 2905 is manufactured from heat-resistant fiberglass cloth backing coated with high-temperature silicone adhesive on both sides. 2905 has a wide variety of uses in the industrial...
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 SGK5-05 is manufactured from extra strength, para-aramid (phenyleneterephthalamide) fiber cloth impregnated with a dispersion of anti-static PTFE (polytetrafluoroethylene) coated with a high temperature silicone pressure-sensitive adhesive. The anti-static version...
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...
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...