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3M™ Repulpable Splicing System, 9990N, 1.5 in x 36 yd (37.5 mm x 33 m)

3M ID 7000116530UPC 05900422002314
  • Designed for straight line flying splices
  • Easy release paper liner
  • Built-in aluminium sensor
  • Repulpable adhesive helps to prevent broke contamination from non-repulpable splice material
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Specifications
Adhesive Type
Acrylic
Brand
3M™
Industries
Paper, Print
Maximum Operating Temperature (Fahrenheit)
350 °F
Product Colour
Blue
Product Form
Roll
Tape Type
Double Coated
Total Tape Thickness without Liner (Imperial)
5.5 mil
Total Tape Thickness without Liner (metric)
0.14 mm
Units per Case
12
Details
  • Designed for straight line flying splices
  • Easy release paper liner
  • Built-in aluminium sensor
  • Repulpable adhesive helps to prevent broke contamination from non-repulpable splice material
  • Meets or exceeds TAPPI UM-213, procedure A

The 3M™ Repulpable Splicing System 9990N is a double-coated, splittable tape construction featuring an acrylic adhesive and an easy release paper liner, with liner scored for easy manual application and built-in sensor layer.

Designed for straight line flying splices, the 3M™ Repulpable Splicing System 9990N has a built-in aluminium sensor with tape constriction which eliminates the need for the traditional reflective label needed for splice detection. The very soft splicing side adhesive is designed for good "instant grab" on uncoated newsprint.

Suggested Applications

  • Paper mill, paper converting, commercial printing, newspaper, web offset, lithography, gravure, flexography, corrugators, graphic arts, roto gravure
  • Splicing, core starting, roll closing, tabbing, flying splice, zero speed splice, automatic splice, mill splice, safety splice, butt splice, overlap splice
  • Flying splice of paper webs in newsprint

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