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Eastex Products provides a wide range of hook and loop fastening systems and solutions. From standard sew-on and PSA-backed roll goods to elaborate strap assemblies, we offer many in-stock/ready-to-ship products as well as custom programs to suit your company's needs.

 

 



Product Range
Sew On Hook and Loop Fastening Tape
Colors: Multiple Colors
Widths: 5/8", 3/4", 1", 1.5", 2", 3" and 4"


Pressure Sensitive Adhesive
Hook and Loop Fastening Tape

Colors: Black and White
Widths: 5/8", 3/4", 1", 1.5", 2", 3" and 4"


Strap-It - Back-to-Back
Low Profile Fasteners

Colors: Black
Widths: 3/4" and 1"


Channel Loop
Colors: Black and White
Widths: 1", 1.5" and 2"
Display Loop
Colors: Multiple Colors
Widths: 60"


High Cycle Wide Loop
Colors: Beige, White and Black
Widths: 54"


E-Loop - Elastic Loop
Colors: Black and White
Widths: 3/4", 1", 1.5" and 2"


Uni-Tape - Hook and Loop on same side
Colors: Black and White
Width: 1"


Pressure Sensitive Adhesive Coins
Colors: Black and White
Diameters: 1/2", 5/8", 7/8", 1-3/8" and 1-7/8"

Technical Specifications:

 

HOOK and LOOP

HOOK Nylon #66
8.6 MIL MONOFILAMENT
280 HOOKS PSI
HEIGHT OF HOOK = 1.96mm


LOOP Nylon #6
600 LOOPS PSI
HEIGHT OF LOOP = 1.93mm

NEW AFTER 5000 CYCLES

SHEAR STRENGTH 14.15 PSI 13.5 PSI
PEEL STRENGTH .68 PIW .65 PIW

 


PRESSURE SENSITIVE ADHESIVE

HI TEMP PS

"HI TEMP" PS Hook and Loop Tape is a high temperature resistance, high performance pressure sensitive coating designed to bond hook and loop fasteners to a variety of substrates such as aluminum, stainless steel, painted metal, glass, polycarbonate, abs plastic, polystyrene, polyamides, rigid pvc, phenolic-malamine, etc..

Typical physical properties of 1" wide tape bonded to aluminum are:

1. Peel Adhesion (PSTC-1) 100 oz/inch

2. Shear Adhesion (Modified PSTC-7)
    Creep for 1" x 1" bonded area with 1 lb. load
    Creep at room temperature none
    Temperature for 1/16" Creep 300 F

3. Tensile Load (1" x 1" area) 65 lb.s

4. Useful Service Range -40 F to 240 F

Surface must be cleaned and dry, preferably with a solvent, before bonding.
For best results, bonding is recommended at room temperature of 60 to 75 F.