Cloth tape is used to cover gaps and joints during injection to prevent the PU foam from squeezing out.
Gap Covering

Gap Covering

Covering all gaps and joints prevents the PU foam from squeezing out during injection. Cloth-based tapes fit the contours of small corners best.



During foam injection, there is a risk that the PU foam could squeeze out of small gaps and joints. To avoid this, a tape that bonds to the PU foam should be used to cover all gaps and joints. In small corners and joints, the best solution is to use cloth tape, as this fits the shape more easily.

The tape used should have a high adhesion value. The backing should bond to the PU foam and it should be easy to unwind and hand tearable.

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tesa® 4090

Specifications
TPP
synthetic rubber
2.67 mils
35 %

tesa® 4124

Specifications
PVC film
natural rubber
2.55 mils
60 %

tesa® 4264

Specifications
PP film
synthetic rubber
1.57 mils
165 %

tesa® 4323

Specifications
slightly-creped paper
natural rubber
4.92 mils
10 %

tesa® 4661

Specifications
acrylic-coated cloth
natural rubber
11.81 mils
12 %

tesa® 4663

Specifications
PE laminated cloth
natural rubber
11.41 mils
18 %

tesa® 4671

Specifications
acrylic-coated cloth
natural rubber
11.02 mils
9 %

tesa® 50124

Specifications
slightly-creped paper
natural rubber
5.51 mils
10 %

tesa® 53120

Specifications
slightly-creped paper
natural rubber
5.19 mils
10 %

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