3M VHB Tape 4658F 0.5 in Width Roll 4 Length yd x 1 Super Special SALE held 3M VHB Tape 4658F 0.5 in Width Roll 4 Length yd x 1 Super Special SALE held $10 3M VHB Tape 4658F, 0.5 in Width x 4 yd Length (1 Roll) Industrial Scientific Adhesives, Sealants Lubricants Adhesive Tapes Tape,yd,Roll),4658F,,Length,$10,VHB,Width,Industrial Scientific , Adhesives, Sealants Lubricants , Adhesive Tapes,x,(1,3M,/adjustive530199.html,4,dunesgoa.com,0.5,in Tape,yd,Roll),4658F,,Length,$10,VHB,Width,Industrial Scientific , Adhesives, Sealants Lubricants , Adhesive Tapes,x,(1,3M,/adjustive530199.html,4,dunesgoa.com,0.5,in $10 3M VHB Tape 4658F, 0.5 in Width x 4 yd Length (1 Roll) Industrial Scientific Adhesives, Sealants Lubricants Adhesive Tapes
3M Double Coated Removable Foam Tape 4658F is an acrylic, double-coated, closed-cell foam tape. 1/32 in thick. Forms high tack bonds, but allows for clean removal.
3M Double Coated Removable Foam Tape 4658F is a clear, double coated acrylic foam tape that removes cleanly from many surfaces. 3M Adhesive 100 is a firm acrylic adhesive system that offers high ultimate bond strength, good temperature resistance, solvent resistance and static shear holding power. 3M tape 4658F can reach high bond strengths and some high surface energy substrates and may become difficult to remove.
|Application Techniques||To obtain optimum adhesion, the bonding surfaces must be clean, dry and well unified. Typical surface cleaning solvents are isopropyl alcohol (rubbing alcohol) and water or heptane.||Ideal tape application temperature is 70ÃÂ°F to 100ÃÂ°F (21ÃÂ°C to 38ÃÂ°C). Initial tape application to surfaces at temperatures below 50ÃÂ°F (10ÃÂ°C) is not recommended because the adhesive may become too firm to adhere readily. However, once properly applied, low temperature holding is generally satisfactory.|
|Available Sizes||Standard Stock Sizes: 1/2 in. x 27 yds. (12 mm x 25 m) 3/4 in. x 27 yds. (19 mm x 25 m) 1 in. x 27 yds. (25 mm x 25 m)||Maximum width: 461/2 in. (1.18 m) Maximum Roll Length: 175 yds. (160 m)|
|Design Considerations||As a general rule, four square inches of tape should be used for each pound of weight to be supported in static load. More or less tape may be required depending upon the particular application. User evaluation is, therefore, required to determine optimal tape usage.||Care should be used when bonding to surfaces with very low internal strength such as painted plaster board, fabric or cloth, wallpaper, blown vinyl, etc. since delamination of that surface may occur. Care should also be taken with wood veneers and highly polished wood as very glossy surfaces may leave an image when the tape is removed.|
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