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3M™ Splittable Flying Splice Tape 9355, Blue, 50 mm x 33 m

3M ID 7100082016
  • Flying splice of paper webs in newsprint, offset litho, gravure and flexographic printing processes.
  • The splittable layer has been modified to provide a slightly higher overall splitting force for improved splice reliability on core driven presses
  • Reliable splitting mechanism ensures consistent results
  • Flexographic printing
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  • Flying splice of paper webs in newsprint, offset litho, gravure and flexographic printing processes.
  • The splittable layer has been modified to provide a slightly higher overall splitting force for improved splice reliability on core driven presses
  • Reliable splitting mechanism ensures consistent results
  • Flexographic printing

3M™ Splittable Flying Splice Tape 9355 is our double coated, splittable tape construction designed for straight line flying splices, furnished with repulpable acrylic adhesive on both sides and an easy release paper liner (also repulpable), with liner score for easy manual application.

Our 3M™ Splittable Flying Splice Tape 9355 is used for splicing conditions when a standard break-open force is required. The repulpable adhesives are designed for good shear for both cold set newsprint, and heat set commercial printing processes, and are specifically designed for improved adhesion to a wide range of coated papers. The splittable layer has been modified to provide a slightly higher overall splitting force for improved splice reliability on core driven presses. Caution is advised when using this product on belt driven presses, as the slightly higher splitting force may cause difficulties, especially on belt driven presses equipped with pairs of belts, or with especially wide belts.

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