3M 4941 VHB Bonding Tape - 7 in. x 15 ft. Sealing Features
VHB Tape: multi-purpose adhesive and conformable acrylic foam core fits into the grooves and through curved edges for a neat surface appearance. This tape provides immediate handling strength by eliminating the need of rivets, screws, spot welds, and liquid adhesives
Bonding Strength: acrylic adhesive tape can be mounted onto a wide variety of materials. The foam tape instantly bonds to plastics, pre-painted surfaces, or metals with high and low surface energies
Applications: high bonding tape can be used for indoor/outdoor applications including assembly of signs, holders, doors, windows, electronics, and industrial maintenance. UL 746C listed tape offers strong retention in extreme environments
Resistivity: sealing tape is highly resistant to UV light, chemicals, moisture, and solvent to create perfectly sealed bonds even in hot and cold cycling temperatures. This multipurpose tape also resists migration of plasticizers in vinyl substrates
Specifications: 0.045 in. thick bonding tape roll measures 7 in. in width and 15 ft. in length. Industrial-grade tape is rated for its durability and strong bonds even on mismatched, textured surfaces
About 3M 4941 VHB Bonding Tape - 7 In. X 15 Ft. Sealing
3M 4941 VHB Surface Bonding Tape provides you with a better way to bond similar or dissimilar surfaces together. This foam core tape with acrylic adhesive ensures quick bonding of metal, plastic, glass, and other surfaces with different surface energies. From mounting vinyl wiring ducts and channels to sealing a polycarbonate lens over LCD screen, this acrylic adhesive tape meets a wide range of bonding requirements. You can use this tape for bonding textured surfaces, in-groove fittings, and corner fittings on pre-painted surfaces. This VHB mounting tape is the smart replacement of welds, crews, drills, and liquid adhesives while also providing neat surface appearance. This sealing tape is useful for general and industrial applications for both indoor and outdoor material bonding.