Tape wholesale manufacturers have a large inventory of tape, which indicates that tape wholesalers have to spend a lot of time to organize and save these tapes to prevent the aging and deformation of tapes, so how do tape manufacturers save tape? What?
First of all, the tape should be placed in rolls, not folded, and should be flipped once a quarter when stored for too long. Secondly, the type and specification of the tape should be reasonably selected according to the needs of use and specific conditions; and the tapes of different varieties, different specifications, strengths and layers should not be used together. Again, the tape should be placed in the warehouse to avoid exposure to the sun and rain; it is forbidden to contact with the organic solvent of the acid-base oil to keep it clean and dry.
Q: Does the stretch film have a shelf life?
A: The stretch film is stored in a cool and dry warehouse for 2-3 years without affecting the use.
Q: I don't know the common specifications of stretch film. What should I do?
A: You can contact us directly to ask for common specifications and we can answer them.
Q: Is there any other name for stretch film?
A: Yes, stretch film has other names depending on the application: wrapping film, packing film, tray film, shrink film, etc.
Tape is now more than just a small tool used in everyday life. It has been applied to the construction of roofing in the construction industry. How does the construction industry use tape? Let's take a look at the tape wholesalers.
First of all, according to the metal plate type or joint gap, joint width, according to engineering design requirements, select the appropriate size. Secondly, wipe the metal plate joints clean. Again, starting from the end of the metal plate, slowly open the double-sided tape along the seam in a straight line, stick the sealing tape to the overlap of the lower metal plate, and gently press the tape to make it adhere to the metal. Finally, the screws must be tightened to make the adhesive layer on the upper and lower bonding surfaces dense.