STOW, Ohio—The "meat and potatoes" line of bonding and laminating adhesives from Mactac Industrial Tapes has arrived in the form of a new line of products.
Mactac said its MacBond-brand Essentials line is a versatile series that caters to converters and fabricators in the industrial, medical and commercial spaces, among many others.
"The Macbond Essentials product line includes all of our 'meat and potatoes' products—those that our customers can use to solve nearly any bonding dilemma," said Janet Page, senior marketing manager, Mactac Performance Adhesives. "Combined with our best-in-class service program, this product line has everything (that) converters and fabricators need to tackle even the toughest applications."
The adhesives within the MacBond Essentials line include FBR899 Series Tapes; XT High Shear Rubber Tapes; FBT Series Differential Rubber Tapes; HTA410 Acrylic Tapes; HSA440 Acrylic Tapes; LSE427 Modified Acrylic Tapes; HBA724 Tape; and Differential Rubber/Acrylic Tapes.
The adhesives include both double-coated tapes and transfer adhesives, the company said.
Mactac, owned by Japan's Lintec Corp., also launched a guide that can assist with the types of adhesives to use for specific applications, based on the advice of Mactac's technical experts, as well as a service program for technical advice.
Other benefits of the service program include purchase minimums as low as one roll based on standard master length; lead times of five to seven days; slitting free of charge for orders requiring less than 10 cuts; cores in 3-inch and 6-inch options; and a sample program.
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