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MagneTape makes light work of sign installation

MagneTape makes light work of sign installation

MagneTape, a new high performance magnetic tape from Eurobond Adhesives, can be used to mount printed media to another surface. When the magnetic tape is applied to the rear of a substrate, it enables a sign or graphic to be installed quickly and easily and repositioned as many times as required.

MagneTape can be used to create high quality signs for both internal and external use in a wide variety of different applications in the retail, corporate, leisure, public and healthcare sectors.It is ideal for use in the application of aisle end signage and printed media and for pop- up displays, exhibition stands, graphics and flat cut letters.

It is available in a number of different width sizes on a 30-metre roll length and come with a choice of two different adhesive backings; a high strength pressure sensitive acrylic (VHB type) adhesive, or a foam adhesive for use on uneven surfaces or where shock or vibration absorption may be required. Further, the magnetic tape has a UV coating on the magnetic face to prevent marking of either the surface upon which it is mounted, or of other prints when stacked for storage or distribution.

In addition to the MagneTape range of magnetic tapes, Eurobond Adhesives also offers the Penloc range of two-part, fast curing structural adhesives, together with a range of foamed acrylic adhesive tapes.

All of these products will be on display on the Eurobond Adhesives’ stand (Stand G66)at Sign & Digital UK, which takes place at Birmingham’s NEC on 24th-26th April.  The company’s adhesive experts will be on hand throughout the event, to discuss visitors’ specific projects and to offer the best bonding solutions.

Almost all of Eurobond Adhesives’ products are available from stock for next day delivery and the company offers free project evaluation, on site demonstrations and training to signmakers.

For further information, contact Eurobond Adhesives direct on Tel: 01795 427888 or visit:

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