URA tapes are constructed with a black foamed acrylic core coated on both sides with a uniform high tack acrylic adhesive. Tape is wound upon a 7 mil white polyethylene release liner. These tapes were designed to compete with high density, Urethane based mounting tapes. Higher performance than PE Foams. URA tapes offer a great balance of properties - high tack, high shear, and strong cohesive strength - at competitive prices.
Unit of Measure



N/A Black

Tape Features

N/A High Bond

Liner Thickness

N/A 7 mil


N/A Foamed Acrylic Polyethylene

Industry Standards

N/A ASTM (American Society for Testing and Materials) PSTC (Pressure Sensitive Tape Council)

Physical Properties


N/A 45 mil

Backing Material

N/A Foamed Acrylic Polymer

Adhesive Material

N/A High Bond Acrylic

Tensile Strength

N/A 135 psi


N/A 650 %

Peel Adhesion

N/A 160 oz/in

Cleavage Strength

N/A 15 psi

Dynamic Strength

N/A 60 psi

Installation Temperature Range

N/A 50 to 100 ºF

Constant Temperature Range

N/A -30 to 200 ºF



  • High bond strength - foamed acrylic core
  • Excellent U.V. solvent, & moisture resistance
  • Flexible, moldable, compressible to intricate shapes
  • Reduces and dampens vibration and shock
  • Adhesion at sub-zero temperature



  • High demand mounting applications such as signage, graphics, auto trim attachment.
  • Replacement of mechanical fasteners, rivets, bolts, screws, cement/glue in various industries such as furniture, appliance, trailer and truck manufacturing.
  • Bonding of name plates & decorative trim; vertical/horizontal blind fastening.
  • Bonding/seaming of metal in electrical panels, HVAC units.

Additional Information

Additional Information

N/A Provides a superior, permanent bond between a wide variety of substrates, including glass, some plastics, composites, sealed wood, painted metals and unfinished metals. Withstands a wide range of weathering and temperature conditions without losing adhesion. Thorough evaluation is recommended when bonding low energy surface materials such as PVC, ABS, PE, PP. Not recommended for bonding Tedlar™, Polytetrafluoroethylene (PTFE), Silicone or EPDM.



N/A The physical properties listed above are typical test results obtained from a series of laboratory test and should not be used for the purpose of writing specifications. Before using this product, user shall determine the suitability of the product for his/her use; and user assumes all risks and liabilities in connection therewith. All test procedures used are in accordance with ASTM and PSTC methods.