Working with a dedicated team and years of experience, Adheco Ltd. supplies a wide variety of pressure-sensitive and other tapes, adhesives and abrasives. Determined to provide practical and competitively priced adhesion and abrasion solutions, we guarantee accurate orders delivered on time. Our ISO 9001:2008-registered Toronto facility is equipped with state-of-the-art machinery, and our skilled production team there can provide custom tape converting and slitting. We also offer laboratory tests, including bond testing for accelerated aging, and peel, shear and tensile testing of specific components.
Teflon Tape Product Line
We distribute a full range of polytetrafluoroethylene (PTFE) tapes.
- DeWAL manufactures their DW 664 tape from highly tensilized PTFE film coated with a high-temperature silicone adhesive. Coloured a burnt orange for easy identification, this tape is also dimensionally stable, and offers excellent wear resistance and high tensile strength.
- Saint-Gobain’s CHR 2042 tape is manufactured from skived PTFE film coated with a high-temperature acrylic adhesive. Available in a variety of thicknesses, the chemically inert tape provides exceptional temperature resistance, and functions in temperatures between -100ºF and 250ºF.
- Saint-Gobain’s CHR 2275 tape, manufactured from extruded, oriented and high-modulus PTFE and coated with a high-temperature silicone adhesive, provides high tensile strength and excellent abrasion resistance. It removes cleanly, and can be easily identified.
Teflon Tape Industrial Applications
Customers in numerous industries, including the automotive, manufacturing, electric and graphic arts sectors, benefit from using our PTFE tape.
Teflon Tape Manufacturers
DeWAL Industries Inc. manufactures pressure sensitive tapes, as well as high performance polymer films. With forty years of experience and a skilled and knowledgeable team, DeWAL is ready to help customers develop a global advantage.
Saint-Gobain Performance Plastics manufactures a full range of tapes, foams, fabrics and polymer films. A conglomeration three industry leaders––Chemfab, Furon and Norton Performance Plastics, led to Saint-Gobain leading the way in plastics innovation.