Extra Hot Melt polypropylene packing tape is the most versatile product for sealing medium-sized boxes. Customers choose it for its affordable price and high-quality synthetic rubber-based adhesive. Extra Hot Melt polypropylene packing tape is made using durable BOPP polypropylene film and an adhesive layer. This high-quality product provides an extremely durable bond, effectively protecting the surface beneath. The tapes are available in white, brown, and clear. They come in standard sizes: 19 mm, 25 mm, 30 mm, 38 mm, 45 mm, 48 mm, 50 mm, 72 mm, and 75 mm widths and 54 m, 60 m, 66 m, 900 m, and 990 m lengths.
Key product features
Extra Hot Melt polypropylene packing tape is made of polypropylene film. Due to its excellent specifications, it has a wide range of applications. Thanks to its synthetic rubber adhesive (more adhesive than Super Hot Melt packing tape) and reinforced coating, this product is resistant to temperature changes as well as tearing. The biggest advantage of Extra Hot Melt polypropylene packing tape is its excellent adhesion. This tape’s adhesive strength is highest immediately after application and increases over time. Its ability to bond quickly makes it especially useful for automated packaging. The tape is easy to unwind and immediately bonds to the surface. An additional advantage of the product is its readiness for immediate use. It provides better protection, reducing costs in the event of damaged packaging. The characteristics of Extra Hot Melt polypropylene packing tape include elasticity, shine, and transparency. The guaranteed performance of the tape is highest during the first 12 months. The rolls of tape must be protected from prolonged exposure to sunlight and other sources of UV radiation. The product should be stored at a temperature between 10 and 25 °C, in a room with ambient humidity between 20 and 80%. Extra Hot Melt polypropylene packing tape does not contain any hazardous or unhealthy substances. It is manufactured in accordance with the European Packaging Directive.
- in offices, households, and the packaging sector,
- for sealing light and heavy boxes transported on pallets,
- for combining several packages into one shipment,
- to protect packages against moisture.