Tesa 4204 is based on a stable PVC backing, coated with a natural rubber adhesive. The natural rubber adhesive mass offers excellent adhesion properties to a large number of different surfaces, both polar and non-polar. The adhesive also features a high tack and high initial bond, needing only a short time until reaching final adhesive power. Handling and usage is convenient, as Tesa 4204 can generally be used on all common desk dispensers and can be removed after use without leaving any residues behind. The tape is available in multiple different colors, making it ideal color-coding or marking.
▪ Tesa 4204 is ideally used to seal smaller objects such as boxes or cans
▪ The sealing tape is regularly used in bakeries or flower shops to seal small bags or wrap flower bouquets
▪ The tape is ideal for small-scale packaging, bundling, and closing
▪ Due to the availability of various bright colors, the tape can be used for marking or color-coding
Tesa whose name is 98% known and 76% popular. (GfK, 2012) is one of the strongest brands in the German domestic market. The name of this brand was even included in the authoritative German dictionary "Duden". But "Tesa" is much more than the famous classic adhesive tape.
Now a European joint-stock company wholly owned by the Beiersdorf AG group (other brands are NIVEA, Eucerin and la prairie), "Tesa" offers more than 7,000 products and system solutions, including which aims to ensure that the latest electronics can become even more multifunctional, as well as achieve ever-increasing performance.
"Tesa" is accelerating newspaper printing operations, collaborating with the automotive industry on a variety of applications, optimizing energy efficiency in private households and preventing product piracy by developing smart security concepts. In addition, the company develops and manufactures medical adhesive patch products for the pharmaceutical industry and especially high-quality adhesive tapes for the construction sector, where they are used in facade elements and withstand the toughest conditions, even earthquakes and hurricanes.