Constructed with thousands of micro-replicated gripping fingers, 3M™ Gripping Material GM641 provides a lighter, yet tighter grip for maximum hold with minimum effort. Designed to enhance grip and reduce slippage, this product is a soft gripping material. Backed with a pressure sensitive acrylic adhesive, this gripping material can bond to a variety surfaces.
|Temperature Use Range
|Relative Chemical Resistance
|Relative UV Resistance
|Plain-backed: washable nylon knit with moderate stretch for sew-on applications|
|GM110||Black||10||10||3||10||33 (0.8)||10.7 (366)||-40 to 160°
(-40 to 71°)
|10||9||24" x 72 yd|
|Adhesive-backed: 3M pressure sensitive acrylic for bonding to high and low surface energy materials|
|GM400||Black||10||10||3||10||33 (0.8)||12.9 (440)||-40 to 160°
(-40 to 71°)
|10||9||1" x 72 yd or
24" x 72 yd
Pressure Sensitive Adhesive properties are frequency and temperature sensitive. 3M has developed Material Data Cards (MDCs) for common 3M PSAs for use with many commercially available FEA software applications. Learn more.
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