MultiTac Clear Double-Sided Mounting Adhesive
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MultiTac Clear Double-Sided Mounting Adhesive

Brand: Drytac
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  • Film Length: 15', 150' or 300'
  • Film Width: 25.5" - 61"
  • Film: Clear Polyester
  • Adhesive: Aqueous Acrylic (Pressure Sensitive)
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Product Description

This SecureTac Clear Mounting Adhesive is a high tack, high bond strength polyester mounting film coated on both sides with a pressure sensitive, aqueous acrylic adhesive. One side is protected by fine paper coated on both sides with siliconized polyethylene while the adhesive on the other side of the film is exposed and self-wound onto the roll. This SecureTac Clear Permanent Mounting Adhesive is perfect for image decal and high-volume mounting of graphics onto difficult substrates such as Forex, MDF, Gatorboard, Ultraboard, Foamex, and Sintra.

Product Details

  • Suitable for image decal and high-volume mounting of graphics onto difficult substrates such as Forex, MDF, Gatorboard, Ultraboard, Foamex, or Sintra.
  • The white version of SecureTac offers excellent opacity and the ability to mount to dark substrates.
  • High tack, high bond strength polyester mounting film coated on both sides with a pressure sensitive, aqueous acrylic adhesive.

Item Specifications

  • Film Length: 15', 150' or 300'
  • Film Width: 25.5" - 61"
  • Base Film: 25µ (1 mil)
  • Film: Clear Polyester
  • Adhesive: Aqueous Acrylic (Pressure Sensitive)
  • Release Liner: 2 Side PE Coated, 2 Side Siliconized Fine Paper
  • Adhesive Layer: 30µ (1.2 mil) on each side
  • Adhesive pH: 6.0
  • Ratio Film / Adhesive: 1:2.4
  • Heat Resistance Range: 110°C - 120°C (230°F - 248°F)
  • 180° Peel (ozf/in): 67

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Technical Data

MultiTac is a high quality PET film, coated on both sides with a pressure sensitive, high tack acrylic adhesive, one of which is protected by fine paper coated on both sides with siliconized PE. The adhesive is self-wound on the release liner. A clear and white version are available

Typical Applications
  • Suitable for image decal and high-volume mounting of graphics onto difficult substrates, such as Forex, MDF, Gatorboard, Ultraboard, Foamex, or Sintra.
  • The white version of MultiTac offers excellent opacity and the ability to mount to dark substrates.

Product Structure

MultiTac ClearMultiTac White
AdhesiveAcrylic (Pressure Sensitive)Acrylic (Pressure Sensitive)
FilmClear PETWhite PET
Release Liner2 Side PE Coated, 2 Side Siliconized Fine Paper2 Side PE Coated, 2 Side Siliconized Fine Paper


Physical Characteristics

MultiTac ClearMultiTac White
Adhesive Layer1.2 mil (30µ) on each side
Adhesive pH6.0
Service Temperature Range-22°F to 284°F (-30°C to 140°C)
180° Peel (ozf/in)67
Shelf LifeUse within 1 year after opening original box
Storage Conditions59°F to 72°F (15°C to 22°C); 50 - 55% Relative Humidity


Process Settings

Equipment TypeTemperatureDwell Time
Roller Laminator Room temperature to 120°F (49°C)1 ft to 8 ft (0.3m to 2.5m) per minute
PressNot recommended

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Questions & Answers

The MultiTac Clear Double-Sided Mounting Adhesive has permanent adhesive on both sides, so would be difficult to remove from your glass. You could use RemoTac 25.5" x 15' Permanent/Removable Mounting Adhesive https://www.mybinding.com/remotac-permanent-removable-mounting-adhesive.html?sku=PSA68-25015, as one side it removable.

Answered by MyBinding.com
8 days ago
Please give us a call at 800-944-4573, so we can gather more info as to how you would be using the adhesive, as we would need to confirm that the MultiTac would work for your application.

Answered by MyBinding.com
7 days ago
For that you would want FaceMount 25" x 15' Optically Clear Mounting Adhesive https://www.mybinding.com/facemount-uv-optically-clear-mounting-adhesive.html?sku=PSF25015, it has permanent adhesive on both sides and is made fo this application.

Answered by MyBinding.com
24 days ago
Unfortunately, the mounting tape would not work. You would need more like a liquid adhesive to adhere the rhinestones.

Answered by MyBinding.com
28 days ago
Please give us a call at 800-944-4573, so we can gather more info as to how you would be using the adhesive, as we would need to confirm that the MultiTac would work for your application.

Answered by MyBinding.com
27 days ago
Please give us a call at 800-944-4573, so we can gather more info as to the cutter you are using, how you would be using the adhesive, as we would need to confirm that the MultiTac would work for your application.

Answered by MyBinding.com
27 days ago
The MultiTac is not acid free, but only has a Ph of 6, which is basically neutral, as 7 is absolute neutral.
Per the manufacturer: the acid free question comes up a lot, and if it is an archival piece, it should not be mounted or laminated in the first place. There are adhesives out there that claim archival and acid free, but can be rubber based or animal based adhesive, they not recommend them as they dry out and also yellow over time.

Answered by MyBinding.com
27 days ago
This product really isn't intended for that application but it is possible that it might work. You would really need to test and see if the adhesive is strong enough for this application.

Answered by MyBnding.com
27 days ago
We do not have the MultiTac with backing on both sides, however, the Facemount Optically Clear Mounting Adhesive https://www.mybinding.com/facemount-uv-optically-clear-mounting-adhesive.html and TwinTac Double-Sided Mounting Adhesive https://www.mybinding.com/twintac-double-sided-mounting-adhesive.html, both have release liners on both sides.

Answered by MyBinding.com
27 days ago
Please give us a call at 800-944-4573, so we can gather more info as to what specific cutter you are using, and how you would be using the adhesive, as we would need to confirm that the MultiTac would work for your application.

Answered by MyBinding.com
27 days ago
After checking with the manuifacturer they have said this will work well for you

Answered by MyBinding
4 months ago
Please give us a call at 800-944-4573, so we can gather more info as to how you would be using the adhesive, as we would need to confirm that the MultiTac would work for your application.

Answered by MyBinding.com
27 days ago
We do not recommend this for wallpaper. Thank you for asking!

Answered by MyBinding.com
7 months ago
Unfortunately, the manufacturer did not have any information on whether the MultiTac Clear 25.5" x 15' Double-Sided Mounting Adhesive would work for your application, however, it is made for surfaces that are more difficult to adhere to. This size is considered our sampling size, for ordering to see if it will wok for you.

Answered by MyBinding
7 months ago
Thank you for your question. This product was not intended for that type of application, so it might not work. Because burlap does not have a smooth surface, it can be difficult for adhesives to adhere. Please give us a call if you would like a sample to test. Our customer service phone # is 1-800-944-4573

Answered by Mybinding
11 months ago
Pressure sensitive would be an adhesive that adheres with pressure, not heat. Meaning you do no have to use a thermal laminator.

Answered by MyBinding
1 years ago
The MultiTac Clear Double-Sided Mounting Adhesive when applying by hand might be a little tricky to get a smooth application. Please feel free to give us a call at 800-944-4573, and we can have the manufacturer send you a few sample sheets, to make sure it will work well for your projects.

Answered by MyBinding
1 years ago
Thank you for your question. MultiTac is a waterbased adhesive, and will fail pretty quickly when exposed to water. The SureTac White Premium PS Mounting Adhesive product will hold up better, but will tear when ripped off, as it is a fairly aggressive adhesive.

Answered by My Binding
1 years and 2 months ago ago
Thank you for your question. The normal adhesive for mounting images to wood is MHA. This is a heat activated adhesive that requires a heated laminator that’s capable of getting to at least 185 degrees Fahrenheit. Wood is tricky because it can emit moisture to the adhesive making most adhesives fail over time. The wood should be sealed then use the MHA. If you have any other questions, feel free to give us a call at 1-800-944-4573.

Answered by MyBinding
1 years and 6 months ago ago

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