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Universal® General-Purpose Box Sealing Tape Thumbnail Universal® General-Purpose Box Sealing Tape
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$1.79 - $20.50
bulk from $1.34
Tartan™ 3710 Packaging Tape Thumbnail Tartan™ 3710 Packaging Tape
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$1.68 - $10.14
bulk from $1.81
Duck® HP260 Packaging Tape Thumbnail Duck® HP260 Packaging Tape
5 options
(7)
$4.88 - $171.82
Scotch® Storage Tape Thumbnail Scotch® Storage Tape
4 options
(2)
$15.65 - $33.58
Scotch® Sure Start Packaging Tape Thumbnail Scotch® Sure Start Packaging Tape
7 options
$2.73 - $36.11
bulk from $33.10
Scotch® 3850 Heavy-Duty Packaging Tape Thumbnail Scotch® 3850 Heavy-Duty Packaging Tape
9 options
$2.82 - $175.29
bulk from $6.04
Universal® 190# Medium Grade Filament Tape Thumbnail Universal® 190# Medium Grade Filament Tape
2 options
$3.37 - $4.59
bulk from $2.53


Latest Product Reviews

Arrived very fast and as expected. Will be ordering regularly.
(5 / 5 stars)
by Orrin on June 21, 2018 
Excellent experience start to finish.
(5 / 5 stars)
by Suzzette on August 10, 2017 
Very nice for regular shipping use or holding together those 'odd' projects! Peels up nicely and great price!!!
(5 / 5 stars)
by Accounts on February 13, 2015 
It might sound silly, but I thought that the actual tape was not clear when it was in the packaging. However, when I opened the tape it was clear! I am a happy camper!
(5 / 5 stars)
by Nancy from Oakland County, MI on August 7, 2012 
The Carton Sealing Tape is Tape - but this thicker than the normal packing tape. I find I don't waste any since it doesn't fold into its self. One taping on the seam of a package is all you need.

Latest Question and Answers

I,m looking to replace our current tape. I want to know if this is the same thing we currently use Quiet tape 3.1 mil 3"x55 yds
asked by isabel on August 12, 2016

UNV73000 (Quiet Tape Box Sealing Tape, 48mm x 100m, 3" Core, Clear, 6/Pack) is 2 mil x 2" x 109 yards.  It is the same type of tape just a litter smaller in width and longer in roll.   So the good news is that you get a little more tape and it is the same product as the "Quite Tape" you have purchased in the past!

answered by Miles (OnTimeSupplies.com) on August 24, 2016
How thick should tape be to seal moving boxes?
asked by Sarah on April 6, 2016

Moving box tape should be at least 2.47 mil thick, and have a minimum tensile strength of 34 lb. per inch. Duck® Carton sealing tape is 3.1 mil thick, and has a tensile strength of 35 lb. per inch.

answered by Frankye (OnTimeSupplies.com) on April 7, 2016
How do you apply this tape if it needs water to activate?
asked by Henry on February 28, 2014

Hi Henry,

Thanks for your question about United Facility Supply Water Activated Tapes. 

 

There are two ways to apply and activate this tape. The first is to us a special tape machine. Since you're asking, I'll assume you don't have one of those.

 

The other way is to pre-measure and pre-cut your tape. Once you have the length you want, moisten the adhesive with a sponge and apply the tape to the seam. Let the tape cure on the box for 30 seconds. Once 30 seconds have elapsed, the bond is permanent and your box is sealed. 

 

Hope this answers your question!

 

Best,

Frankye

answered by On Time Supplies (Retailer) on February 28, 2014
What's the difference between this and self adhesive packaging tape?
asked by Owen on February 28, 2014

Hi Owen,

Thank you for your question about United Facility Supply Gummed Kraft Sealing Tape.

 

United Facility water activated tapes permanently seal boxes. You can open a box sealed with self-adhesive tape just by peeling off the tape. Even if one managed to remove the kraft paper backing from water activated tape, the box would remained sealed because the flaps are permanently bonded together. Once a box is sealed with water activated tape, it has to be cut open. 

 

Hope this answers your question!

 

Best,

Frankye

answered by On Time Supplies (Retailer) on February 28, 2014
What is the difference between reinforced and non-reinforced kraft sealing tape? When would you use reinforced and when would you use non-reinforced?
asked by Clark on February 21, 2014

Hi Clark,

Thank you for your question about United Facility Supply Gummed Kraft Sealing Tape. The main differences between reinforced and non-reinforced packaging tape are strength and intended use.

The reinforced tape is reinforced with fiberglass. The fiberglass increases strength and durability. This makes reinforced tape ideal for sealing cartons that will encounter rough or frequent handling. For example, if you are shipping a box through the mail, reinforced Cobra Tape ensures you box stays closed through transit. 

Non-reinforced tape does not have the fiberglass reinforcement. This makes it ideal for sealing boxes that will only travel under controlled, secure conditions. For example, non-reinforced Blue Diamond Tape is ideal for sealing cartons shipped in bulk pallets. 

Another difference between the two tapes is that non-reinforced tape is 100% biodegradable and recyclable because it doesn't have any fiberglass.

Hope this answers your question!

Best,

Frankye

answered by On Time Supplies (Retailer) on February 21, 2014
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