A Pressure Sensitive Adhesive (PSA) is a permanently tacky substance that adheres to a given surface when light pressure is applied. Pressure sensitive adhesives maintain a fine balance between adhesion (holding power of the adhesive on external substrates) and cohesion (holding power of the combined internal components of the adhesive). PSA’s do not require a chemical reaction to develop adhesion forces.
Adhesive lamination is one of SRP’s service specialties. PSA’s can be applied to most substrates or materials for a higher performing end product. The different types of Adhesive Tapes include: Acrylic, Rubber and Silicone. Each type is available in Single Sided Tapes, Double Sided/Coated Tapes, and Transfer Tapes.
PSA’s are ideal for:
- Replacing mechanical fasteners
- Joining dissimilar materials
- Bonding composites
- Increasing productivity speed
What can Adhesives and Tapes do for your product and process?
- Build strong, durable products
- Improve appearance and aesthetics
- Lower production and material costs
- Build products with a continuous bond line
- Wider material selection for assemblies
Common applications for PSA’s include:
SRP specializes in providing adhesive backed products such as gaskets, seals, and pads to a variety of companies in many different industries. By working closely with our adhesive tape suppliers, we are able to provide our customers with high-quality, cost-effective solutions. If material samples are required, we will ship them straight to your door.
By employing specialized equipment and providing full-service solutions—from design assistance and prototyping, to acquiring and working with cutting-edge, preferred materials—SRP stands out as a leader in custom gasket fabrication and die and die-less cutting services.
SRP’s dedicated engineers are available to provide their expertise to assist you with your next project and help you obtain top-quality materials for parts and components that meet your exact specifications.
For more information you can reach SRP at firstname.lastname@example.org or 847-593-5630.