This pictogram shows the period of application indoor. The number indicates the days, after the tape has to be removed from the wall. In this example, it has to be removed after maximum 30 days
This pictogram shows the period of application outdoor. The number indicates the days, after the tape has to be removed from the wall. In this example, it has to be removed after maximum 14 days. This symbol implicates also the UV- and weather resistance of the tape.
This pictogram shows the period of application. The number indicates the days, after the tape has to be removed from the wall. In this example, it has to be removed after maximum one day
The carrier of these tapes is made of cloth
This pictogram means that the tape is adhesive on both sides. The main usage is for applications on horizontal surfaces. For example carpets, etc.
This pictogram is the opposite of the above mentioned symbol and means that the main usage is for applications on vertical surfaces. For example mirrors, hooks, etc.
This number indicates the maximum permitted temperature. At some products, a defined temperature range is indicated (as well minus degrees).
Symbolizes the adhesive strength of the adhesive tape. The strength is rated on the scale next to the symbol. The scale is rated from 0 to 5 bars. Less bars in grey color means less adhesive strength. This comparison is only possible between the same product groups (for example: crepe masking tape, cloth tape, protection tape, ...)
This pictogram shows the average durability under normal weather conditions.
This pictogram shows that this product is tested according to the VDE on the basis of relevant EU directives, laws, standards and special regulations.
In this category of tapes, a lot of differ ent qualities are existing on the market. The differ ence is noticed especially at the PP-tapes because some of them make a very loud noise when they get unwinded. This symbol means that the tapes make a very quiet noise when they get unwinded.
This pictogram indicates the stretchability of the product, without causing damage, for example: Cracks.
Every adhesive tape has to be removed immediately after the painting jobs. In best case, if the tape is still slightly wet. All technical data and recommendations are intended as a guide. The products have to be tested for their respective application. Damage and warranty claims can not be accepted for self-adhesive products.