Elite Tape offers a wide variety of Flatback Paper Tapes. We offer 3 Brown Flatback Paper Tapes from economical to premium. Our Elite #532 is our most economical of the 3 with a soft buttery release unwind and quick stick rubber adhesive system. Elite #532 is ideal choice when you need a tape that has more strength than a paper masking tape but at a much more affordable cost vs. heavy duty flatback tape. Elite #530 is our most popular brown flatback tape and offers an excellent combination of strength, conformability and value. It is our leader when used in the manufacturing of corrugated boxes. Elite #534 is a step up in performance from our #530 and is offered as our “Premium” brown flatback tape. Elite #534 is the industry leader in brown flatback tapes. All 3 of our flatbacks are stocked in master “jumbo” rolls 58″ wide x 2000 yds in length. This allows us the unique ability to provide custom widths and long length machine rolls for continuous processing applications.
Elite Tape also offers 2 “Colored” Flatback Paper Tapes. Our Elite #527C is our “Printable” colored flatback paper tape. We offer this in 6 bright colorful stock colors; (White, Red, Blue, Green, Orange & Yellow). We stock master “jumbo” rolls 57″ x 1440 yds so we have the ability to convert these into printer rolls 6″ & 12″ wide x long length for continuous printing applications or other custom sizes. Our Elite #546C is our heavy duty colored flatback paper tape that is moisture resistant and ideal for applications requiring a color for identification but also the strength of a flatback paper.
Some additional uses for our flatback paper tapes include:
- Tail tabbing large rolls of paper or film
- Core starting of papers, films and flexible packaging materials
- Splicing of lightweight to heavy duty papers and films
- Backing tape in the picture framing industry
- Heavy duty carton sealing applications
- Beaming & leasing applications
- Bundling applications
- Direct printing applications
- Bookbinding applications
- Decorative display and color identification for splicing