Preferred Plastics & Packaging is a trusted provider of quality industrial tape that can be used across many different industries. We are a nationwide distributor of industrial packaging and shipping materials and have a variety of options of industrial tape to choose from. Among our selection includes, including filament shipping tape, masking, strapping, duct and cloth tapes. We provide you with options so you may choose the perfect tape for your task. Each kind of tape comes with certain benefits that match certain tasks and applications. Read more about the kinds of tape we carry.
Types of Industrial Tape
There are various types of industrial tape that can be used for different tasks across numerous industries. it is simple. Some tapes just work better for different applications than others. We pride ourselves on providing you with a selection worthy for any industry. Below are some of the popular types of industrial tape we carry:
- POLYPROPYLENE & POLYESTER BACKED WITH FIBERGLASS STRANDS
- 95 – 350 LB. TEST
- AVAILABLE IN 12MM x 60 YD – 48 MM x 60 YDS
- STRAPPING - BUNDLING - TABBING APPLICATIONS
- GENERAL PURPOSE UTILITY GRADE
- MED-HIGH TEMPERATURE
- AVAILABLE IN 12MM x 60 YD – 72 MM x 60 YDS
Duct / Cloth Tapes
- UTILITY GRADE
- MEDIUM GRADE
- CONTRACTORS GRADE
- AISLE MARKING
- ASBESTOS ABATEMENT
Interested in learning more about the industrial tapes we sell? Read more about these tapes and why they are great for many in the shipping and packaging industry. Cloth and duct tapes may not be used for shipping purposes, but many industries and commercial applications use this sort of tape on a daily basis. Want some tape that is even more heavy duty? Learn about strapping tape and its various features.
Masking Tape Information
A self-stick tape widely used in the paint industry, masking tape is comprised of a thin layer of paper and an adhesive. Its popularity is due to its ease of use, as it can be removed with no problem. While masking tape is itself a specific type of tape, there are actually many variations and grades. Be sure to do some research on exactly what grade you will require for your application.