JemmTrac™ 4563 Traction Tape

  • Specially treated fabric covered with a silicone rubber coating
  • Highly resistant to "sticky" substances with a reliable "non-slip" effect
  • High coefficient of friction

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$242.00

Product Details

JemmTrac™ 4563 Traction Tape (Tesa® Printer's Friend 4563 PV3) is specifically designed for roller wrapping applications. Featuring a smooth, but tacky surface, JemmTrac™ 4563 Traction Tape (Tesa® 4563) provides excellent gripping properties, which prevents webs from wandering and keeps rollers turning.

This high coefficient of friction material is a silicone coated fabric, which also provides good release characteristics, as well. Found in many applications including, printing, coating, lamination, extrusion, slitting and converting, JemmTrac™ 4563 Traction Tape (Tesa®4563) has become the Industry Standard.

Features

  • 2" wide rolls in stock
  • Available in 27.5 yard length
  • Contact us for custom widths

 

Technical Specifications

Release Properties Fair
Traction Properties Good
Heat Resistance 194°F 
Wear Resistance Good
Hardness N/A
Adhesive Type Rubber
Surface Finish Smooth
Wall Thickness 14.96 mils
Available Widths 2.0"
Available Lengths 27.5 yards
Liner Yes (Polypropylene)
FDA Compliant No

 

Technical Data

Adhesion to steel 32.89 oz/in
Backing material Silicone coated cloth
Type of liner Polypropylene
Thickness of liner 80 μm (3.14 mils)

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.