Our 3M™ Adhesive Transfer Tape 9471FL is a versatile, market proven, 2 mil (0.05 mm) transfer tape on a release liner. Featuring 3M™ 300LSE acrylic adhesive, this tape has a long and proven history of reliably bonding a wide variety of similar and dissimilar materials such as metals, most plastics, glass, papers and painted surfaces.
|350||• Best in class for high temperature resistance 350°F (177°C) and shear strength
• Excellent solvent resistance for harsh environments
|• Best for challenging applications|
|360||• More strength with less adhesive
• Quick stick properties to many LSE substrates
• Lowest ooze
|• Low odor
• Excellent convertability (die-cut)
|300LSE||• Best in class for oily substrates
• Thicker "Go To" tapes for LSE substrates
|• Good chemical and humidity resistance|
|300MP||• Multi-purpose use for many applications
• Bonds very well to foam, fabrics and many plastics
|• Economical attachments of graphics|
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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