JemmTrac™ Rubberized Cork Traction Tape

  • Durable, high coefficient of friction surface that offers excellent gripping characteristics
  • High COF surface prevents moving webs from wandering
  • Easy to apply to rollers and commonly used on web guides, slitters and other equipment
  • Combination of cork and a rubber co-polymer
  • The following products may require a 4-6 week lead time: 3"x1/32", 1"x1/32" CB, 1"x1/16" CB, 1"x1/8" CB, and 2"x1/32" CB

Buy Online

Product Details

JemmTrac™ Rubberized Cork Tape features a durable, high coefficient of friction surface that offers excellent gripping characteristics and prevents moving webs from wandering, while keeping rollers turning, without causing wrinkles or sticking points.

Jemmco's Rubberized Cork Tape is easy to apply to rollers, and is commonly used on web guides, slitters and other converting equipment. The tape is a combination of cork and a rubber co-polymer and has a high performance acrylic adhesive that provides good adhesion to metals and most other roller surfaces. 

Features

  • Available in standard wall thicknesses of 1/32”, 1/16” and 1/8” rolls
  • 2" wide rolls are in stock 
  • Custom widths available upon request

 The following products may require a 4-6 week lead time: 3"x1/32", 1"x1/32" CB, 1"x1/16" CB, 1"x1/8" CB, and 2"x1/32" CB

Technical Specifications

Release Properties Poor
Traction Properties Good
Heat Resistance -20°F to 200°F
Wear Resistance Excellent
Hardness 50-70 Shore A
Adhesive Type Acrylic
Surface Finish Cork
Wall Thickness 1/32", 1/16", 1/8"
Available Widths 1", 2", 3"
Available Lengths 50 ft, 100 ft
Liner No 
FDA Compliant No

 

Technical Data

Adhesion to steel  Good
UV Resistance  Excellent
Optimal Application Temperature  45°F to 80°F
Service Temperature  -20°F to 200°F
Water and Humidity Resistance  Excellent

Installation

Four Simple Steps for In-Plant Tape Installation!

  • 1.Step One Installation

    To get started, wrap your Jemmco tape one full rotation around the roller at the angle required to achieve your spiral. Make a mark on the second wrap where it meets the beginning of the tape.

  • 2.Step Two Installation

    Lay the tape on a flat cutting surface and cut the tape at an angle from the marked point to the opposite corner of the beginning of the tape roll.

  • 3.Step Three Installation

    If applicable, remove the liner at the start point and begin wrapping the tape at the edge of the roller.

  • 4.Step Three Installation

    Wrap the tape around the roller - at even angles - without leaving any gaps or air underneath the tape.