Brady 170626 Brown Marking Tape - 4" Width x 100 ft Length - 0.004" Thick

Item #: 170626 by Brady

UPC #: 754473649210

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Brady 170626 Brown Marking Tape - 4" Width x 100 ft Length - 0.004" Thick

Item #: 170626 by Brady

UPC #: 754473649210

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Thickness

0.004"

Length

1200"

Pull Length

4"

Color

Brown

Trade Name

GuideStripe

Brady Material Number

B-3

Backing Material

Vinyl

Width

4"

Brady GuideStripe brown marking tape comes in a 4 in width, 100 ft length, uses a permanent acrylic adhesive and is packaged 1 roll per pack. When purchasing this product, consider the thickness. The variances in thickness often make an important difference in proper performance. This marking tape has a 0.004 in thickness. Specifications
Specification parameters description:
Adhesive Material:
Tape is commonly made of a backing material and an adhesive material. Adhesive material is the sticky portion of the tape that forms a bond when applied to a substrate. A wide range of adhesive materials are used for varying applications. To form an effective bond, rugged and contoured substrates require different adhesive materials than smooth, even surfaces. Choose adhesive material based on surface material, indoor or outdoor use, and surface quality.
Backing Material:
Tape is commonly made of a backing material and an adhesive material. Backing material is what holds the adhesive and is the portion of tape exposed to the environment when applied to a surface. Also known as carrier material, it is available in a range of materials for varying applications. For light-duty applications like office and packaging, backing materials are often made of paper for easy tearing. For tough, outdoor applications like aerospace or marine, heavy-duty backing materials are used to resist abrasion and wear.