3M™ Double Coated Polyethylene Foam Tape 4496 is a black or white, closed-cell, polyethylene foam carrier. It is formulated for more demanding indoor and outdoor mounting and bonding applications. A noted feature of Foam Tape 4496 is its ability to conform and bond to irregular surfaces. It offers good temperature resistance and long term durability.
Flexible Foam Tape for Irregular Surfaces
Speed up the mounting process and achieve a more aesthetically pleasing installation with 3M™ Double Coated Polyethylene Foam Tape 4496. This 1/16 in. thick polyethylene foam tape is known for its high ultimate adhesion and reliable performance across many surfaces. One of its noted features is its ability to conform to irregular substrates. It provides high ultimate adhesion to many plastics and is formulated for demanding indoor and outdoor general purpose mounting and bonding applications. Common uses include automotive mirror bonding, decorative trim, nameplates and other general purpose mounting applications.
Indoor general purpose mounting and joining
Automotive mirror bonding
Point-of-purchase displays and signs
Benefits of Double Coated Tape
3M double coated tapes offer speed, strength and improved aesthetics to your mounting application. Instead of mechanical fasteners such as screws, bolts and studs, double coated tapes leave no puncture holes. Our tapes can be easily applied by hand or with a dispenser, with no special application equipment required for a firm bond.
What is Double Coated Tape?
In general, double coated tape is composed of a foam, paper, film, or tissue carrier that is coated on both sides with pressure sensitive adhesive. The adhesive is protected by a peel-away liner that can be removed at the time of application or left in place until the joining surfaces are ready to be attached. Applications for double coated tape are found in construction, fabrication, arts, and hobby. For bonding rough or irregular surfaces, 3M™ Double Coated Foam Tapes fill gaps and distribute stress uniformly over the bonded area.