Whether for watercolour painting, handicrafts, bookbinding or for fixing paper and cardboard, kraft paper adhesive tapes are characterised by their wide range of applications. Their material properties make this possible. Power paper is particularly stable. The natural rubber adhesive used is also wet adhesive. As a result, the tapes are often used by painters or hobbyists. In addition, their ecological advantages are convincing: Corresponding adhesive tapes are 100 percent recyclable.
Power paper – strong all-rounders
Power papers are paper grades with particularly high strength. They consist almost entirely of pure natural fibre. Mostly softwoods with long fibres such as spruce and pine are used. Only starch, alum and glue are added during production. Classically, kraft paper is very often used in packaging because of its tear strength, as it has a pronounced resistance to mechanical stress. Another advantage is the particularly high elongation stability, which is given even with significant temperature fluctuations. For a short time, the material can even withstand an amplitude of minus 30 to plus 70 degrees. Since the tapes are also made from purely natural components, they are particularly environmentally friendly and 100 percent degradable.