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3M™ Adhesive Transfer Tape 9774WL+, Clear, 4 mil, Roll, Config

  • 3M Product Number 9774WL+
  • 3M ID 7100308763

High bond, double sided acrylic adhesive ideal for use on foams, plastics, wood and fabrics

Good humidity resistance

Performs at temperatures up to 250ºF/121ºC

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  • High bond, double sided acrylic adhesive ideal for use on foams, plastics, wood and fabrics
  • Good humidity resistance
  • Performs at temperatures up to 250ºF/121ºC
  • 4 mils (.10 mm) thick adhesive on a 7 mils (.19 mm), 96 lb. white polycoated kraft liner

3M™ Adhesive Transfer Tape 9774WL+ is designed for bonding plastics, foams, wood and textiles. The adhesive flows into crevices and voids without the addition of heat. This transfer tape features 3M™ Adhesive 300MP+, a high tack acrylic that delivers good initial bond and full adhesion within 48 – 72 hours.

Ideal for Use on Foams, Plastics, Wood and Fabrics
Our 3M™ Adhesive Transfer Tape 9774WL+ features 4 mils (.10 mm) of durable adhesive mounted on a 7 mils (.19 mm), 96 lb. white polycoated kraft paper liner. The adhesive is designed to bond to foams, fabrics, wood and most plastic substrates. This adhesive transfer tape features good humidity, water, solvent and chemical resistance.

Recommended Applications

  • Foam gaskets and general foam bonding
  • Bonding of textured and rough surfaces
  • Fabric and textile bonding including floorcovering lamination

Easily Flows into Crevices and Voids without Adding Heat
The design of our 3M™ Adhesive 300MP+ creates a consistently strong bond across a broad range of products up to 250ºF (121ºC). The easy flow properties allow the adhesive to quickly bond to rough and textured substrates, including, foam, wood, textiles and more, without adding heat. The heavy polycoated kraft paper liner makes this adhesive tape ideal for die cutting and converting processes.

Understanding Adhesive Transfer Tapes
3M adhesive transfer tapes are pressure sensitive adhesives coated on a release liner, without a scrim or carrier. These adhesive tapes are more conformable than double coated adhesive tapes for applications with textured or irregular surfaces. For application, the tape is positioned, adhesive side down, to a surface and the liner is removed, exposing the backside of the adhesive to the joining surface.

Bringing Better Ideas to the Surface through Science and Innovation
In our 3M Industrial Adhesives and Tapes Division, we apply the science of adhesion to deliver innovative solutions that improve the design and manufacturing processes of companies around the world. In the end, our technologies help customers like you deliver competitive products to the market faster and more efficiently.

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