Mactac® Engineered Tapes & Laminates is expanding its Macbond® Essentials product portfolio. The product portfolio includes go-to bonding and laminating adhesives known to solve nearly any bonding dilemma. 

“Macbond Essentials products are workhorse tapes that are ‘essential’ to every operation,” said Janet Page, business unit manager, Mactac Engineered Tapes & Laminates. “Essentials includes the best-selling tape products manufactured by Mactac.”

According to Mactac, Macbond Essentials products are widely requested in the industrial tapes industry for a variety of applications in building and construction, automotive, appliance, and general industrial markets. 

Essentials products include the following Mactac adhesive series:

  • FBR899 Series Rubber Tapes 
  • XT High Shear Rubber Tapes
  • FBT Series Differential Rubber Tapes
  • HTA410 Acrylic Tapes
  • HSA440 Acrylic Tapes
  • LSE427 Modified Acrylic Tapes
  • HBA724 Acrylic Tissue Tape
  • Differential Rubber/Acrylic Tapes

To the portfolio, Mactac is adding four differential double-coated tapes (IB5121, IB5131, IB5161, IB6134) as well as 60-inch web width options for three popular transfer adhesives (IF4032, IF4033, IF4034). The expansion allows Mactac to offer customers more solutions for a one-stop-shop experience.

Customers can easily select the best adhesive for their application or adhesion need by using the available Essentials product guide. The guide includes helpful education and application recommendations per the advice of Mactac technical experts. 

Customers also benefit from the Mactac service program, which guarantees products arrive on time and damage-free. It includes purchase minimums as low as one roll based on standard master length, lead times of 5-7 days, flexible finishing — the ideal roll size for your operation, free slitting for orders with less than 10 cuts, 3-inch and 6-inch cores, pre-slit quick shipping options, a generous sample program, and support from highly trained sales and technical experts.

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