Surface Protection

As electronics technology progresses, the surfaces of electronic components and panels become increasingly sensitive. This makes it more difficult to prevent damage from scratching and from contaminants such as dust.

Surface Protection

Avery Dennison Yongle, with over 30 years’ experience in industrial applications and a deep understanding of customer needs, has developed low-release-force PVC tape, which is widely used to protect the surfaces of electronic circuit boards and speaker device panels. The surface protection tape is lead free and environmentally friendly, and meets European compliance requirements. With its mature and stable performance, the surface-protection tape can be handled manually or via automated means. There is no adhesive residue after removal.

Avery Dennison Yongle offers surface-protection tape in log rolls and in cost-effective, easy-to-use split widths that fill demand gaps in domestic and foreign marketplaces. The tape’s stable release force helps to improve production efficiency.

The tape is also widely used to protect aluminum profiles and stainless steel against erosion, pollution and damage during painting, frosting, bending processing, transportation and storage. It maintains the profile’s original clean look and gloss. In these applications, Avery Dennison Yongle surface protection tape has moderate viscosity and is easy to construct. Even 6-8 months after application to a surface, the tape leaves no adhesive residue or corrosion marks upon removal. Tapes are tested to meet application requirements for protecting the surfaces of electronic circuit boards and speaker device panels.

For more information on Avery Dennison Yongle surface protection tape, visit our online product selector or contact our adhesive tape experts today.

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