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Returnable Packaging

By Technibond | April 30, 2015 | 0 Comments

We have worked with a number of our customers to develop types of returnable packaging, to avoid the costs and inconvenience of disposing of cardboard cartons. These costs include collection charges, handling costs and the administrative costs of complying with waste packaging regulations. Early on, we found that it was not practical to return and…

Charitable solution for old computers

By Technibond | April 29, 2015 | 0 Comments

Over the years and several upgrades later, Technibond have been left with a multitude of old, out of date computers and accessories. Disposal of old computers is a real problem, not only because of the restrictions imposed by the WEEE regulations but also because of the data on the hard disk, which may be commercially…

European Environmental Directives

By Technibond | April 26, 2015 | 0 Comments

RoHS, WEEE, REACH plus IMDS Technibond are committed to ensuring that our tapes are as environmentally friendly as possible.  This not only helps the environment but also our customers, who can be assured that the products purchased from us comply with the latest regulations. RoHS The Restriction of Hazdardous  Substances (RoHS) Directive (2002/95/EC) took effect…

Techniflex

By Technibond | March 31, 2015 | 0 Comments

To Flex or not to Flex: Techniflex Explained! Techniflex: Twice as Good? Techniflex is our most expensive double-sided tape, at over twice the price of our benchmark HSA product. Why is that? Is it twice as good? Is it competitive? Where should I consider using it? Read on…. Let’s compare the structure of Techniflex compared…

Diecut Pads

By Technibond | March 25, 2015 | 0 Comments

Techniflex THB Pads Thick clear acrylic tapes such as Technibond THB and 3M 4910F are particularly difficult products to make into diecuts and pads. The problem is that because the products are a solid adhesive mass, the cut edges are tacky and the adhesive will bond together very quickly if the two cut edges come…

Door Panel Problems

By Technibond | March 24, 2015 | 0 Comments

Techniflex THB for Glazing uPVC Door Panels Double sided tapes are widely used for bonding the double glazed window unit to the door skin. In the past a common problem particularly with woodgrain effect door panels has been caused by thermal expansion. Due to the dark colouration of the panel the door tends to absorb…

Resin Filled Glass

By Technibond | March 22, 2015 | 0 Comments

Edge Bonding of Resin Filled Glass Resin filled laminated glass is ever more becoming the preferred alternative to traditional laminated/security glass. The traditional method uses a PVB film to bond the two layers of glass together. The PVB film requires a combination of high temperature and pressure to successfully fuse and bond. This production process…

Signs

By Technibond | March 20, 2015 | 0 Comments

Techniflex is the ideal product for all manner of signs, general purpose and specialist. Outdoor signage has evolved from the painted barber’s pole to the vast array of signs seen today in metal, plastic, glass and composite materials, sometimes backlit, large or small, colourful or subtle, often carefully chosen to enhance a brand. The materials are…

Promote Your Brand

By Technibond | March 19, 2015 | 0 Comments

In business, it is important to differentiate yourselves from your competitors, whether through your services or the product itself. Technibond pads and diecuts can be printed with your logo or part number to brand the product, enhance its appearance to your customers, or to identify the part number. As an example we supply adhesive pads…

Overlap and butterfly release liners

By Technibond | March 18, 2015 | 0 Comments

Production bottleneck solved! Overlap and butterfly release liners Help As we all know, time is money. A busy factory has to be organized, fast moving and efficient – it cannot contain one inefficient operation or the knock-on effects have implications for turnaround times, overtime costs, delays and customer relations. Here is one example where we…