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플러스폼 포장

OPP tape, short for Oriented Polypropylene tape, is a widely used adhesive tape in various packaging and sealing applications. Made from biaxially oriented polypropylene (BOPP) film, OPP tape is known for its strength, clarity, and resistance to aging and weathering. It is coated with an acrylic, rubber, or hot melt adhesive, making it suitable for a broad range of uses, from sealing boxes and packages to bundling items and more.

OPP tape is a staple in the packaging industry, valued for its durability, versatility, and cost-effectiveness. Its wide range of applications, from simple sealing tasks to complex packaging requirements, makes it an indispensable tool for businesses and individuals alike. As sustainability becomes increasingly important, advancements in OPP tape materials and adhesives continue to evolve, aiming to reduce environmental impact while maintaining high performance.

Key Characteristics:

  1. High Tensile Strength: The orientation process of the polypropylene film enhances the tensile strength of the tape, making it resistant to tearing and splitting during application and use.

  2. Excellent Clarity: OPP tape is typically clear, allowing for easy visibility of labels, barcodes, and other information underneath the tape.

  3. Moisture Resistance: The polypropylene film provides a moisture barrier, making OPP tape suitable for packages exposed to various environmental conditions.

  4. Adhesive Variety: Depending on the application, OPP tape can be coated with different types of adhesives. Acrylic adhesives offers long-lasting bonding and UV resistance, rubber-based adhesives provide quick stick and flexibility, and hot melt adhesives ensure strong, fast bonds at room temperature.

  5. Consistent Unwinding: OPP tape unwinds smoothly and quietly, making it user-friendly, especially in environments where noise reduction is desirable, such as in offices or packing stations.


3 N
45 Y, 100 Y
2 N
45 Y, 100 Y
18 mm
100 Y

*Sizes are made to order according to the customer's request

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