Friction-reduction tapes

  • 13-Nov-2008 01:01 EST
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Dynaglide films and tapes from DeWAL Industries consist of PTFE compounded with a direct coat acrylic or silicone pressure-sensitive adhesive and are suited for applications where tight tolerance and detailed quality are key. They feature high temperature resistance, smooth self-lubricating surfaces, and peel-off release liners. The films and tapes range from 0.5 to 12.0 in wide and can be fully die cut. They are engineered to reduce friction and are appropriate for linear slide bearing applications.
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