3M™ Polyester Tape 8422

Products
  • Used for splicing of most photographic film and web processing
  • Aggressive rubber adhesive grabs quickly and adheres well to a variety of films
  • Thin, high tear resistance, good temperature resistance, long-term aging, high strength backing
 More...
View all details
Overall Width (Metric)
Overall_Width_Metric
Overall Length (Metric)
Overall_Length_Metric
View All Products
 Overall Width (Metric)  Overall Length (Metric)
All Models
Close

GET IN TOUCH WITH US!

Let's work together! 3M products are constantly evolving to better meet customer needs. If you need help finding the right product for your project or have other questions about 3M solutions: Call Us 0870 608 0050

Details
  • Used for splicing of most photographic film and web processing
  • Aggressive rubber adhesive grabs quickly and adheres well to a variety of films
  • Thin, high tear resistance, good temperature resistance, long-term aging, high strength backing

Designed for splicing of photographic film processing, 3M™ Photo Film Splicing Tape 8422 is a black splicing tape featuring a thin, yet strong, polyester backing. It features an aggressive, versatile rubber adhesive that is both solvent and chemical resistant.

Ideal for splicing most film for processing through the developing chemicals. Rubber Adhesive Offers High Tack with Excellent Chemical Resistance The durable backing of 3M™ Photo Film Splicing Tape 8422 is ideal for splicing most film for web and photo processing. The black opaque backing allows for splice identification with automatic sensors and equipment. In addition, the polyester provides additional abrasion protection for sealing, edging and Colour-coding. The rubber adhesive sticks well to a variety of films, offers excellent chemical and solvent resistance, and features high shear strength. The tape remains flexible at -60°F (-50°C) and is dimensionally stable up to 300°F (150°C). Recommended Applications: - Splicing of most photographic film through the chemical developing process - General wide web splicing, including butt splicing and core starting - Sealing, Colour-coding, protecting and edging where a higher tack rubber adhesive is needed - Splicing applications with automatic sensors and equipment - Defect marking