Leadership Through Innovation and Quality in Tape and Premask Products
Neenah Paper Technical Products leads the way in research, technology and problem-solving. With more than 125 years of experience and knowledge, we know our business, and we're responding to yours. Whatever your needs, Neenah Paper Technical Products has an extensive line of Tape and Premask products which are designed to meet your expectations.
A Wide Range of Solutions To Meet All of Your Needs
Not all customer needs are the same. That's why Neenah Paper Technical Products offers latex saturated papers designed for use as tape backing in the manufacture of pressure sensitive tape.
Tape base papers are available in two crepe styles or a flat tape, supplied in a saturated-only form or with performance coatings. We offer Fine and Coarse Crepe designs, each with unique characteristics for specific market needs. Our crepe base papers are used in the manufacture of general purpose masking and specialty application tapes such as automotive, industrial and other paint masking applications. Our flat base papers range in use from packaging and diaper tapes to colored printable flat tapes used for identification. For both crepe and flatback papers, we offer stock colors and color matching.
Decal premask papers are used to manufacture removable application tape for decorative decals and lettering. These designs are also used as protective masking papers for safeguarding surfaces such as polished metal, wood, plastics and glass.
Technical Excellence Makes the Difference
Our extensive research and development is driven by market requirements. We develop new products and custom design new grades of Tape and Premask products with a number of improvements and special features:
- excellent high temperature properties allow our masked products to withstand the bake cycle during the industrial paint curing process
- high stretch and conformability are well suited for curves and indentations
- outstanding runnability means our tape lays flat, virtually eliminating pucker when heat is applied
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