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SCAPA: New Literature

January 6, 2005
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Scapa Industrial has introduced new literature on its line of high-performance foam tapes for compression window glazing applications. Designed to meet critical building requirements in the windows, entrances, storefronts, curtainwalls and skylights of commercial structures, these pressure-sensitive tapes improve insulation and control condensation in architectural window systems. The literature provides technical data and application information on Scapa double-coated foam tapes and single-coated PVC foam tapes. All Scapa foam tape products for window glazing remain flexible at low temperatures, provide excellent water and moisture resistance, and consistently maintain a strong bond and seal.

For more information, visit http://www.scapaindustrial.com or call (800) 653-5316.

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