Secure protection for packaging in optimum temperature environments is of vital importance to manufacturers. If left unprotected in a hot or cold environment, perishable goods are at risk of becoming infected by harmful bacteria and substances. With dairy products, for example, an unsealed box or lapse in temperature regulation could play a significant factor on freshness and quality.
With a strong adhesive backing of PP film, a natural rubber adhesive and a tensile strength of 43 N/cm, tesa 4089 maintains the stable sealing of boxes in warehouse and cold-storage depots in temperatures ranging from -40 to +40°C. These tapes provide a consistent and reliable bond via manual or automatic application, guaranteeing appropriate protection for temperature sensitive products such as frozen and chilled food items.
General purpose tapes are susceptible to popping or cracking in harsh conditions, causing boxes to open and contents to become exposed to storage conditions. Selecting the correct tape eliminates the possibility of environmental performance failure and represents a considerable long-term financial saving.
Furthermore, businesses across the UK are becoming more conscious towards process optimisation with the aim of cutting down on wastage. Products that are spoilt due to tape failure may only be a small contributing factor to overall company waste, but over time the products saved in this area can represent a significant impact. Using the correct and appropriate tape will ensure every product stored will convert into a product that can be sold.
Jeremy Smith, Trade Marketing Manager, tesa UK, says “General Purpose masking tapes will always be affected by conditions as they are not designed to perform in specific environments. tesa Professional 4089 is a temperature resistant tape designed with this in mind and is the perfect companion for manufacturers looking for an innovative solution that remains suitable when conditions are extreme, varied or unpredictable”.
Oct 25, 2020 Comments Off on Flexi LiTHiON’s battery system meets the highest standard
Oct 25, 2020 Comments Off on Schoeller Allibert launches new/upgraded version of its Maxinest container for food processing/grocery retail markets
Oct 25, 2020 Comments Off on It’s time to take a robotic approach to sortation
Oct 03, 2020 Comments Off on Gain a clear view of your products with BITO
Sep 20, 2020 Comments Off on LiBiao’s ‘Mini Yellow’ mobile robots bring game-changing sorting solution to Europe
Jul 23, 2020 Comments Off on Yale innovates forklift design with fully-integrated lithium-ion solutions
Sep 13, 2020 Comments Off on Hyster Europe expands its range of electric counterbalance lift trucksHyster Europe has extended its range of electric counterbalance lift trucks with the introduction of nine new three- and four-wheel forklift models for lifts up to 3.5 tonnes. The Hyster...
Aug 09, 2020 Comments Off on Linde Training Solutions – Well Trained Without Fail
Aug 03, 2020 Comments Off on Warehouse Strategy, Design & Operation for a Post-Covid-19 World
Jul 12, 2020 Comments Off on How to safely buy a used ATEX forklift
Jun 25, 2020 Comments Off on BYD Forklifts appoints UK & Ireland Country Manager
Jul 12, 2020 Comments Off on How to safely buy a used ATEX forkliftPre-owned explosion proof lift trucks can be useful additions to potentially explosive operations, but how do you know they are safe and are they dangerous? Darren Boiling from safety...
May 31, 2020 Comments Off on A-SAFE launches new hygiene partition for industrial facilities
Mar 25, 2020 Comments Off on Hospitality casualties could join warehousing workforce says UKWA
Mar 08, 2020 Comments Off on New Visusafe range from Beaverswood offers improved levels of workplace safety & protection
Dec 01, 2019 Comments Off on Driver awareness with benefits of the Hyster Fortens lift truck