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13 products from 3 companies in 3 countries

Nantong Xiujun Imp. & Exp. Co., Ltd.

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Nantong, Jiangsu, China

Application: Virtually any commercial or residential application of drywall finishing repairing the cracks and joints or holes of drywall plasterboard, stucco and the other surface. Performance... View details

Nantong Xiujun Imp. & Exp. Co., Ltd.

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Nantong, Jiangsu, China

It is mainly used as substrates for water-proof roofing materials and joint materials. It is characterized by high tensile strength, corrosion resistance, dimensional stability, water resistance,... View details

Tape on paper faced metal (platinum paper-faced metal drywall beads and trims) It is made with a unique, high quality paper laminated to various metal forms. The metal provides maximum strength and... View details

It is an Innovation in Drywall. Our drywall products have always led the way in providing innovative solutions for both the professional and do-it-yourselfer. It is made of paper joint tape bonded... View details

Griff Paper and Film

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Levittown, New York, USA

Our double-coated tape is used for splicing, temporary holding, light duty assembly, permanent bonding, sealing, and joining. Double-coated tapes are available in a wide variety of adhesives and... View details

Cartoseal BV

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Tilburg, North Brabant Province, Netherlands

Semicreped paper masking tape for the painter, industry and DIY business with a solvent rubber adhesive. Temperature resistance short time exposure up to 80° C. View details

Cartoseal BV

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Tilburg, North Brabant Province, Netherlands

Semicreped paper masking tape for the painter, industry and DIY business with a solvent rubber adhesive. Temperature resistance short time exposure up to 60° C. View details

Cartoseal BV

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Tilburg, North Brabant Province, Netherlands

We manufacture and supply semicreped UV-resistant paper masking tape for residue-free removal up to two weeks after being applied to most surfaces. The masking tape is made from semi-creped blue... View details

Cartoseal BV

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Tilburg, North Brabant Province, Netherlands

We can supply you high temperature creped paper masking tape which are made from fine structured micro crepe paper with 0.178 mm thickness. It uses high performance natural rubber adhesive. View details

Cartoseal BV

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Tilburg, North Brabant Province, Netherlands

We sell masking tape made from high creped yellow paper of 270 micron thickness. It uses natural rubber/ resins as adhesive and can bear temperature of up to 60 degrees. View details

Griff Paper and Film

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Levittown, New York, USA

Our masking tape is crepe paper tape with excellent strength and bonding capabilities and conforms easily and can be removed after a long application. In some cases it may perform better on rough... View details

Griff Paper and Film

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Levittown, New York, USA

A combination of a pressure sensitive adhesive and a backing. Adhesive tapes and adhesives which, in dry (solvent-free) form, are aggressively and permanently tacky at room temperature and firmly... View details

Griff Paper and Film

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Levittown, New York, USA

Release liners are used to protect the adhesive in numerous tape, label, rubber and sealant products. These materials come in a host of coatings, release levels, and substrates. Release liners are... View details

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East Asia, North America, Western Europe

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China, Netherlands, United States

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Levittown, Nantong, Tilburg

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