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Intertape Polymer Group: Filament tape for L-clip box closure applications

Intertape Polymer Group Inc. introduces the high-strength (350 lb/in) filament L-clip tape, RG318.

RG318 filament L-clip tape
RG318 filament L-clip tape

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IPG’s new RG318 provides the strength and adhesive characteristics needed for use in L-clip applications to seal non-RSC (regular slotted carton) style boxes such as five panel folder, telescoping, chip board, full overlap and tuck fold cartons. RG318, like its lower tensile predecessor, RG317, has been formulated to provide a strong adhesive bond to corrugate while inhibiting “gumming” of the L-clip machine blade that often occurs when using general purpose tapes.

“IPG is committed to providing the markets we serve with high-quality and cost-effective application-specific solutions,” said Nicole Houston, Product Manager for Filament Tapes. “RG318 is an excellent option for end-users who need a strong industrial L-clip tape that works remarkably well in hot or humid environments. Now customers have the opportunity to source both medium and high strength L-clip options from IPG.”

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