Acrylic Transfer Tape – 3 mil Scrim – 667 Series

Hand-tearable PETP scrim impregnated with an aggressive water-borne acrylic adhesive

No VOC’s present with this aqueous adhesive based tape

Excellent age resistance.


Our 667 Series is an aggressive white PETP scrim coated on both sides with a water borne modified acrylic adhesive. This hand-tearable tape is supplied on a brown heavy duty siliconized paper release liner. The adhesive system of this double coated tape has excellent tack combined with a high adhesive strength, and will bond well to nearly all materials; even to difficult surfaces like foams, PE and PP films. It has excellent temperature, UV, aging, and water vapor resistance. Special adhesive formulation provides for very good plasticizer resistance. High cold flow of the adhesive provides for high adhesion to textured surfaces. Shear performance is limited to light weight static shear applications.


  • Used for permanent bonding of various materials such as fabrics, wallboard, plastic, metal and wood
  • Acrylic adhesive provides long term performance.
  • Also used to laminate to foams and films – scrim reinforcement provides for improved lay down.
Item # Size Units / Case Pack
66710 1″ (24 mm) x 60 yd 36 / case Bulk
66720 2″ (48 mm) x 60 yd 24 / case Bulk
66730 3″ (72 mm) x 60 yd 16 / case Bulk

Technical & Consumer Data

Physical Properties

Backing: PETP scrim
Adhesive: Modified Acrylic Adhesive
Total Thickness: 3.1 mil exclusive of liner
Adhesion: > 70 oz / inch
Temperature Resistance:  up to +248°F
Condensation water Resistance: Good
Aging Resistance: Very Good
Softener (Plasticizer) Resistance: Very Good

The physical properties listed above are typical test results obtained from a series of laboratory tests and should not be used for the purpose of writing specifications.  Before using this product, user shall determine the suitability of the product for his/her use; and user assumes all risks and liabilities in connection therewith.  All test procedures used are in accordance with ASTM and PSTC methods.


Technical Data Sheet

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