DCA Tape Lamination Process
With Lamination Process to enhance tape performance through layerings

Laminated Tapes

Tape lamination is a process in which films of different materials are laminated together by means of an adhesive to form a multi-layers structure. Through tape lamination, film materials with different properties and functions can be combined to meet specific application requirements. The strength, stability and functionality of the laminating tapes are widely used in food packaging, pharmaceutical packaging, electronics packaging and industrial packaging  to provide protection, moisture, heat insulation, barrier and other functions.

At the same time, the tape composite also brings more possibilities for the development and innovation of the tape industry.

Lamination tape processing to improve high performance
laminating tapes with layers materials

Lamination Processing

Converting Capabilities - Lamination Advantages

Adhesive Strength


Widely Applications

Laminated tapes often come with a strong adhesive backing that provides excellent adhesion to various surfaces, including plastic, metal, glass, and paper. The adhesive is designed to bond securely, ensuring that the tape remains in place even in demanding conditions. This strong adhesion makes laminated tapes reliable for long-term labeling and marking applications.

They are designed to be highly durable and resistant to wear and tear and constructed with multiple layers of materials, including a protective laminate coating, which enhances their strength and longevity. This durability makes them suitable for a wide range of applications, including outdoor use and industrial environments.

Also they has a wide range of applications in the field of food packaging, pharmaceutical packaging, electronic product packaging and industrial packaging. For example, food packaging often used in the sealing tape, pharmaceutical packaging in the laminating tape, electronic product packaging in the anti-static tape.