An adhesive for a fast paced world. 4

Times are changing and it’s no longer about tape. It’s about adhesive.

The MONO Adhesive Tape Runner is perfect for putting together documents for a presentation, because it’s one of the easiest ways to stick things together! The Adhesive Tape Runner bonds instantly, cleanly and without a wrinkle. Simply slide the Tape Runner across the area that you are working to adhere and in just one easy step you are done!

The Adhesive Tape Runner is safe for use on paper, photos and cardstock so you can use it at work or at home. Easy to refill with the snap-in refill cartridge, it is ideal for use with memory albums and other archival materials.

Never again will you waste your time trying to get the tape unstuck from your fingers and on to your document wrinkle free. So out with old and in with the new through the MONO Adhesive Tape Runner!

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4 thoughts on “An adhesive for a fast paced world.

  • jeri

    long time use of tombow adhesive tape runner, but, lately it doesn’t come out of the dispenser properly, breaks and then the rest of the roll is wasted. what is up with that? changing my adhesive until i have heard that this one has improved. don’t like wasting my money.

  • F6 Adhesive Tape

    Pressure sensitive adhesives (PSA) tapes are used in many different applications with new uses being discovered almost daily. F6 Adhesive Tape use will continue to grow as a solution to fastening and joining due to advances in Tape for Graphicsadhesive technology, ease of use, and its low cost compared to traditional fastening systems. The following is meant to give you the basics of adhesives and things to consider when determining the best adhesive for your application.

    Pressure Sensitive adhesives must be applied with pressure. Anything that bonds without pressure would not be considered PSA tape. Other adhesive tapes may require a solvent, water, or heat to activate the adhesive.

    The only product out there that worked was the one the military used—a very thick urethane foam tape. This thick foam tape was needed to hold up to the strong polymer blasting process (like sand-blasting) for paint removal. The problem was that the foam tape had to be literally glued on with glue stick guns in certain areas in order to adhere adequately to the aircraft. It also needed to be scraped off and sometimes left a residue that also needed to be removed. It was a time-consuming process.