Velcro tape has a number of advantages that make it very useful to customers, both in the home and in the world of industry. It offers an extremely tight grip, comes with many different forms of backing adhesives allowing it to stick to almost all surfaces, and is very cost-effective. So what are some of the most common uses for Velcro tape in industries?
It is much faster and easier to lay artificial turf mats when making use of Velcro tape. The grip of the fastener is of sufficient strength to keep the turf held in place even under rough play, and any disturbance to the lay of the turf mats is kept to a minimum thanks to its low profile.
Although manufacturers are responsible for gluing in automotive headliners (which is the fabric in the roof of vehicles) that is not the only way they can be attached. When a headliner begins to separate an excellent option for reattaching them is to use Velcro tape, particularly since it will bond very well to metal surfaces in the body of vehicles.
Carpets and floor mats
Velcro tape is an excellent option for attaching carpets and floor mats inside of motor vehicles. It is vital that these do not interfere with driving by sliding out of position, so Velcro tape is relied on by many motorists to ensure they remain in place. They are easy to remove when a vehicle needs to be cleaned, but will also be able to easily fit back into place.
Furniture cushions and covers
Velcro tape can also be used to put together the various cushions and covers on items of furniture because its reusable nature means that bits of the furniture is able to be moved when required.
A reliable fastener system is essential when attaching industrial signage. The system needs to be able to bond with many different materials including the likes of brick, concrete or wood. Velcro comes in a wide array of adhesives that are able to bond to a large range of materials, making it perfect to mount signage almost anywhere.
The likes of aerospace and power generation industries commonly use removable industrial insulation blankets and jackets, which require a cost-effective, low profile but very powerful solution to ensure they stay in place – such as Velcro. Velcro is extremely secure yet removable when necessary, making it an excellent option for industrial insulation blankets.
Velcro provides flexible, lightweight performance that is ideal for medical braces for the knees and back, among others. These braces get opened and closed several times during the course of a normal day, let alone over a period of weeks or months, making Velcro a great solution for both medical professionals and patients.
Velcro is available in a wide array of sizes and designs with adhesive backing to suit many different purposes, making it one of the most useful tools in the world.