Spacer & Eva

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Spacer and EVA (Ethylene-Vinyl Acetate) foam tape is a type of adhesive tape that combines the properties of both a spacer and a cushioning material. It is typically composed of a foam core made from EVA, a synthetic polymer, with adhesive on both sides. This tape is designed to create a gap or separation between two surfaces while also providing cushioning and protection.
The unique composition of spacer and EVA foam tape offers several advantages. It is known for its compressibility, flexibility, and ability to conform to irregular surfaces. The foam material provides excellent shock absorption, vibration dampening, and insulation properties. Additionally, the adhesive on both sides of

  • Smooth texture.
  • Used in various applications such as mounting, sealing,cushioning and casketing.
  • Available in various thicknesses.
  • Various grades of foam tape are available.
  • Used for noise reduction and vibration controlling in the industries.

product features

CompressibilityThis feature ensures a tight and secure bond between two surfaces, even in areas with uneven or rough textures.
FlexibilityIt can be easily bent, twisted, or manipulated to fit around corners, curves, and other challenging shapes, providing optimal coverage and adhesion.
CushioningThe foam material provides excellent cushioning properties, making it ideal for applications that require shock absorption.
InsulationSpacer and EVA foam tape offers thermal insulation properties, helping to prevent heat transfer between surfaces. It can also provide electrical insulation in certain applications, contributing to safety and preventing electrical damage or short circuits.
Adhesive on both sidesThe tape features adhesive on both sides, ensuring a strong and reliable bond between surfaces.

product application

  • It is used in the framing industry to create a space between the artwork and the frame.
  • This tape is utilized in automotive detailing applications to mask off sensitive areas during polishing, buffing, or paint correction processes.
  • It can be applied to handle grips of tennis rackets, golf clubs, hockey sticks, and other sports equipment, providing a comfortable and non-slip grip for better control and performance.
  • It is often used to create texture, shape, or padding in costumes, masks, and props, providing comfort and enhancing the overall aesthetics.
  • It can be used for various creative projects, such as scrapbooking, card making, and model building.

used by industries

Automotive industry
Construction and building
Electronics and electrical
Appliances and white goods
Marine and aerospace
Furniture and woodworking
HVAC and insulation
Medical equipment
Packaging and shipping