Biodegradable Cellophane Carton Sealing Tape
WOD CSTB is a Cellophane Sealing Tape is a pure cellulose transparent tape which is eco-friendly since it is biodegradable. Tape is designed for sealing, attaching, and mending carton boxes. The tape is static free and ideal for the electronics industry. A yellowish-hue appears initially on the roll though, it turns clear when applied. This transparent tape does not stick or snap back immediately onto the roll post dispensing a section. Hence, it is easier to hold the next piece when packaging cartoon boxes.
WOD CELLO holds strongly and sticks well to most of the surfaces including tiles, boxes, paper, plastic, and other smooth surfaces. This Biodegradable Tape is extremely durable and can be dispensed easily with hands or any type of tape dispenser. The pressure sensitive adhesive provides higher strength and makes it a great choice for sealing overfilled and puffed cellophane bags, lightweight cardboard boxes, repairing papers, gift wrapping, and other craft projects.
- Ideal choice for Entrepreneurs and current E-Commerce Businesses, Brick and Mortar Stores, Warehouses, Dropshippers, and More looking for Laminating and Packing Tape lightweight cardboard boxes, repairing papers, gift wrapping, and other craft projects.
- STATIC-FREE product is highly recommended for the electronics industry
- For packing overfilled boxes with no fear of being damaged during the transition
- Applications such as home removals, shipping and mailing, storing and organizing household items, other household jobs, taping small moving boxes, and picture frames.
- Adhesive: Solvent-based natural rubber
- Carrier/Backing: Cellulose film
- Thickness: 1.8 mils (carrier, adhesive)
- Adhesion: 30 ounces per inch (to stainless steel test panel)
- Tensile Strength: 20 pounds per inch (longitudinal)
- Service/Operating Temperature: 32°F to 150°F
- Elongation: >15%
- Core: 3" Diameter
Alternative to: Shurtape CT109; Tesa 4101 PV2; 3M 610 & 5912; Clipper 4206; Scapa 1109; IPG MC-1; Cantech 206.
Note: Specifications are those given by manufacturers and are not tested for accuracy.