3M™ Repulpable Single Coated Splicing Tape 910 is designed primarily for butt splicing LWC paper grades. It has a single-coated repulpable construction using a release coated, semi-bleached, off-white kraft paper backing and a blue, repulpable adhesive.
This tape is used for splicing light-weight coated papers, particularly gravure papers. 3M™ Repulpable Single Coated Splicing Tape 910 performs well in many other finished splice applications – even with "alkaline coatings" and stearate sizing. Coatings and inks do not anchor to the back side of this tape. In addition, this tape meets or exceeds TAPPI UM-213, procedure A and is FDA 21 CFR 176.170 compliant (Components of paper and paperboard in contact with aqueous and fatty food) and 176.180 (Components of paper and paperboard in contact with dry food).
Tapes for Paper Mills, Printers, Converters and Newspapers
From core starting to roll closing/tabbing and all the splices in-between, our totally repulpable line offers choices for the dependability you need to keep production at full speed. Backings and adhesives are engineered for optimum strength on every type of splice: flying, overlap, butt and general purpose.
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