Getting the right cut when it comes to various types of adhesives tapes and other materials can make all the difference. This is especially true when working with industrial or heavy duty tapes which require precision in all steps of the cutting process. Single blade cutting is frequently used for non-adhesive and adhesive coated materials cutting, because it is a more reliable, precise cut for your industrial needs.
Precision Cuts Every Time
Single blade cutting
allows for the actual slicing of pre-wound log roles of materials, such as adhesive tapes. This type of cutting is incredibly accurate and is able to handle various specific widths with ease. Anything and everything from 1/16 of an inch to 60 inches is possible: and cut with absolute accuracy and precision every time. Whatever your material, adhesive or non-adhesive, you can be sure your order will be exactly as specified due to impressive cutting tolerances to .003″. With these kind of attributes, it’s easy to see why single blade cutting is so important for industry today.
Cutting Both Adhesive and Non-Adhesive Tapes
A wide range of variances can be specified when using single blade cutting equipment, due to core sizes from 1 inch to 3 inches and role diameters up to 18 inches. With decades of experience in the industry, Evans EVCO will provide the best in packaging and tape products–including the ability to cut adhesive and non-adhesive tapes to exact specifications. Contact Evans EVCO
today to learn more about single blade cutting and an array of other unique products and services.
One of the most important aspects when selecting the right packaging material is choosing the best, most appropriate, type of industrial tape
. Of course, there are many choices today when it comes to the full variety of modern packaging tapes for industrial needs, in addition to tapes used in the private sector. Tape has many wide and varied applications in our modern world and is used in everything from the aerospace industry to the automotive industry to the many other businesses wherein tape is used. While a tape product seems very basic, it is important to understand the value in choosing the right type and quality of tape—as it makes a big difference in the overall outcome and success of the product.
Strong Businesses Need Strong Tapes
Industrial tapes are routinely used for protecting, bonding, enhancing, masking, shielding, bundling, or even dampening and splicing. Tapes can be used in various ways for joining and holding—in addition to color coding and reinforcing various parts, pieces, and even accessories. The many applicable and varied uses of tape are a key aspect of operations in many, if not all, businesses. Making the right choices when sifting through the many available tapes comes with long-term impacts for business operations.
Industrial Grade Tapes
Industrial tapes vary significantly, when considered in terms of how they are used and how they perform. For example, single coated tapes are used primarily for applications usage. There are cloth industrial grade tapes
, cloth economy grade tapes, and cloth utility grade tapes, and choosing the appropriate tape for your application typically requires working with an industry professional. Additionally, packaging tapes have significant variances between the types, and can include everything from filament tape—low or medium tensile—to all other types of packaging filament tapes.
A Trusted and Reliable Source
Finally, other kinds of tapes frequently used in today’s business world include adhesive transfer tapes and double coated tapes. Even specialty tapes such as pipe thread tape and nylon film tape as well as tape dispensers and tape parts and tape machines are all frequently sourced from a trusted and reliable leader in the industry. Evans/EVCO
is the answer to all your tape and packaging related needs. Contact Evans/EVCO today to learn more.