Send the message out! When your product requires a gentle touch, our Fragile pre-printed tape ensures that it will be handled with care. Printed on white vinyl, this Fragile packing tape will adhere to most surfaces.
- 45 total micron polypropylene tape with acrylic adhesive printed with the message: FRAGILE
- Rolls of 48 mm x 66 m
For clear handling instructions
This packing tape labelled, “FRAGILE,” is an excellent solution for e-commerce businesses with fragile products that need to be carried carefully during shipment.
Save packing time by using this warning tape that seals your boxes and states special shipping requirements at the same time.
A packing tape for each need
There is a huge range of packing tapes in the market. Generally, packing tapes are made of three different materials: polypropylene, PVC/vinyl and paper. Each material has its own characteristics, usages and advantages. Tapes also contain different types of adhesives (hot melt, acrylic, solvent or natural rubber), so it is quite complicated to choose the best solution for your packaging needs.
Tips for making the best choice
Polypropylene is the most cost-effective option, and it achieves excellent results with its adhesive. However, tapes made from polypropylene are noisy, which can be annoying in small packing areas. For these circumstances, we recommend ordering low-noise polypropylene packing tapes, which have a special coating that reduces unrolling noise.
When it comes to elasticity and resistance, PVC/vinyl tape is the best choice. This is the reason it is the most commonly used solution for heavy-duty and long-term storage. It is usually only combined with natural rubbers adhesives, which have long-term durability and higher resistance at low and high temperatures.
Finally, self-adhesive paper packing tape is the most eco-friendly solution. It is usually combined with natural rubber adhesives, resulting in an environmentally friendly packing tape. When used with corrugated boxes, these tapes also contribute to the overall recyclability of the packaging. They reduce the need to separate different materials, which is the case whenever a corrugated box is used with either polypropylene or PVC/vinyl tapes.