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Explore our adhesive tapes collection for premium adhesive solutions. With a wide range of single-sided adhesive tapes, double-sided adhesive tapes, and transfer tapes, our selection is tailored to meet your specific needs. Engineered for superior performance and durability, our products ensure reliable adhesion across various industries and applications. Find the perfect adhesive tape for your projects and experience unmatched quality and versatility.

How to choose your adhesive tapes ?

To help you choose your adhesive, it’s important to know the fundamentals so you can understand how it works and the parameters you need to take into account. Below you’ll find a basic guide to adhesives. When choosing an adhesive tape for for a specific application, the the following factors play a key role and must be taken into consideration:


The environment in which your product will be used, depending on the end use


It is essential to know the nature of the substrates and its surface energy


It is important to know the geometry of the surfaces used, their surface conditions and the direction of the forces


Depending on the volumes involved, we will have to adapt our adhesive solutions to production cycles



The carrier is a flexible material that can be of different composition: paper, films (polypropylene, polyethylene, polyimide (Kapton), polyester, PTFE, PVC, metal (aluminum, copper, lead), rubber, foam, glass cloth…
Each support has its own technical characteristics allowing it to answer specific industrial challenges.



A material that is anti-adhesive and covers the adhesive. The liner prevents the adhesive from sticking to itself. The liner is used as a protection aid during handling/processing and storage. Commonly used liners are:

  • Paper liners (e.g. Glassine paper, PE-coated paper, Clay-coated paper)
  • Film liners (e.g. PP, PET, PE) Usually, silicone is used as a release system to avoid adhesion between liner material and adhesive.


Three main families of adhesive mass are distinguished:
  • Rubber adhesive mass: its versatility and low cost are its greatest advantages. It has high tack and initial adhesion but limited resistance to high and low temperatures, chemical attack and plasticizers. These characteristics make it a good choice for interior applications.
  • Acrylic adhesive mass: despite an average initial adhesion, its final adhesion is high, which means that it increases progressively over time. It has good mechanical resistance to aging, UV, cold, humidity, solvents and plasticizers, which makes it a perfect choice for permanent outdoor applications. One of its characteristics is that it is transparent, making it the ideal adhesive for bonding transparent materials.
  • Silicone adhesive mass: despite low initial adhesion and poor resistance to hydrocarbons and plasticizers, silicone adhesives have excellent adhesion to silicone materials, excellent resistance to extreme temperatures.


Single-sided adhesive tapes consist of a backing coated on one side with an adhesive. The backing is thin and flexible and may be made from various materials The backing is coated with an adhesive selected from one of the three main families: rubber, acrylic or silicone.


Consist of a substrate or backing coated on both sides with an adhesive. The substrate is coated with an adhesive chosen from one of the three main families: acrylic, silicone or rubber. A release liner applied to one side of the double-sided adhesive tape stops the tape sticking to itself when the tape is wound onto a roll.


Acrylic adhesive transfer tapes comprise an adhesive film and a release liner made of kraft paper, polyester or polypropylene. The adhesive film consists exclusively of a “firm” or “soft” acrylic adhesive. Because they are so thin, these doublesided transparent adhesive tapes offer better conformability, moulding more closely to the contact surface of the materials to be assembled.