New Finger Lift Tapes Catalog

Essentra Specialty Tapes (formerly Duraco Inc. and Duraco Express) has launched a new catalog showcasing their double-sided Finger Lift Tapes. These user-friendly tapes feature a release liner with a dry edge on both sides which extends beyond the width of the adhesive strip. The extra width (dry edge) allows the liner to be removed more quickly and easily, as compared to flush-edge liners, where the liner and adhesive are the same width.

The new Finger Lift Tapes Catalog highlights several product families, each with unique characteristics: Tissue Tapes, Transfer Tapes, Film Tapes and Bag Sealing Tapes. Adhesive options include hot melt rubber-based adhesive or water-based acrylic adhesive. The product lines cover a range of strength requirements for customer applications, from light to heavy, and from hand-tearable to machine cut. All Finger Lift Tapes are available on rolls or spools in a wide selection of put-up sizes and lengths.

The new Finger Lift Tapes Catalog contains sixteen pages of helpful product and application information. It features a helpful Selection Guide to assist users in comparing applications and specifications, and determining which tape is best suited for their exact need. Detailed specifications are provided for each tape product, with sizes, put-ups and temperature ranges.

Finger Lift Tapes are used in a variety of industries, such as packaging, box manufacturing, Point of Purchase displays, print finishing and numerous converting applications. Common uses for Finger Lift Tapes include poster mounting, signage, mailing cartons and envelopes, promotional items, forms, and sealing plastic bags.

Essentra Specialty Tapes manufactures all of their Finger Lift Tape products, and maintains product inventory at seven distribution centers located throughout the U.S. These regional centers provide quick and local access to products, including same day shipments.

For more information and a free copy of the new Finger Lift Tapes Catalog, visit



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