When it comes to sealing boxes we believe this is by far the best tape. It may appear to be more expensive than acrylic tapes but don’t be fooled into thinking that the cheap tapes are saving you money. That’s not always the case. How many strips of tape do you use when sealing a box ? With the Eco Paper Tape we are confident you will use far less, that’s better for the environment and better for your packaging costs. It also provides a very neat finish. Conventional tapes can leave your package looking messy. The paper used for Eco Tape is similar to the outer liner used for boxes, a great match. Can be recycled* and an excellent green packaging companion to our cardboard boxes. Can be used with conventional tape dispensers, and not too noisy either ! Click here for a free sample.
*As long as tape coverage is not more than 20% of the box. If there is too much adhesive then it will make recycling difficult but we are confident that you will use less Eco Tape on our boxes due to its excellent adhesive qualities therefore in most cases coverage should be below the 20% threshold. A useful green tip !
Stuck on which tape to use ?
|Tape Type||Economy||Economy Low Noise||Solvent Low Noise||Vinyl Premium||Crossweave||Eco Reinforced||Eco Paper||E Tape|
|Core Diameter (mm)||76||76||76||76||76||76||76||25|
|Temp Range||+15 to 65 °C||+15 to 65 °C||-20 to +50 °C||-25 to +50°C||-25 to 50°C||+15 to 50°C||+15 to 50°C||-20 to +50°C|
|Adhesive||water based acrylic||water based acrylic||solvent||natural rubber||water based acrylic||water based acrylic||hot melt||solvent|
|Green Rating Out Of 10.||5||5||4||6||4||7||9||8|
|Dispenser Type||Standard 50mm||Standard 50mm||Standard 50mm||Standard 50mm or 75mm||None||None||Standard 50mm||E Tape Special|