- Provides good adhesion with a low profile
- Offers high solvent, humidity and moisture resistance
- Bonds on contact to a variety of substrates, including foams and plastics (ABS, acrylic, PP, PE) and other difficult to stick to substrates
- Strong alternative to staples, liquid adhesives and glue guns
Scotch® ATG Adhesive Transfer Tape 976 is ideal for bonding materials with glossy coatings where an aggressive adhesive with high initial adhesion and low profile is desired. It offers very good relative chemical and moisture resistance as well as medium-high UV resistance. Reverse wound on 1-inch diameter core for use in Scotch® ATG Applicators.
Offers Very High Adhesion and Good Shear Holding Power
Scotch® ATG Adhesive Transfer Tape 976 bonds a wide variety of materials including plastics, glass, paints and materials with glossy surfaces. Very high initial adhesion creates an immediate, permanent bond that provides good solvent and UV resistance. The tape features 2 mil tacky adhesive mounted on a densified kraft (DK) paper liner. The acrylic adhesive can stick to difficult, varied and textured surfaces, including areas with high humidity and exposed to sunlight. It is ideal for use in low profile applications on difficult-to-bond-to surfaces. Some such surfaces include glossy coated materials, fabrics, textiles and textured surfaces.
- Attach fabric swatches in sample books
- Assemble point-of-purchase displays
- Bond trim strips to furniture or luggage
- Bond labels to plastic toys
- Attach gaskets or foams
Neat, Precise Application with High Performance
Scotch® ATG Adhesive Transfer Tape 976 features 3M™ Adhesive 300, which affords excellent quick tack and bonds well to a variety of substrates including metals, high surface energy (HSE) plastics and low surface energy (LSE) plastics. 3M has tested this acrylic Adhesive 300 to ASTM procedures for peel adhesion, temperature and humidity as well as resistance to UV, fuels, acids and detergents. The high tack adhesive is also tested for adhesion on a range of surfaces including polypropylene, polyester, ABS, polycarbonate and stainless steel.
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