Magnetic tape (also called magnetic strip) is made of strontium ferrite powder compounded with plastics or rubbers (NBB or CPE) by extruding proess. There are 3 grades of magnetic tape: Isotropic, Semi-anisotropic, Anisotropic, as the magnetic is mainly 1.5mm thick, isotropic grade can meet the requirement of pull force for most applications.
The main characteristics of magnetic tape is soft and flexible, it can be easily cut to any shape, bent, twisted, coiled, no loss of magnetic properties will happen during this.
Types of Magnetic Tape
The production ways of magnetic tape is that, the materials are extruded from a specific mould, the standard sizes are: thickness(1mm, 1.5mm), width(10mm, 12.7mm, 19mm, 20mm, 25.4mm) and length(10m, 30m, 200m). If a special size of thickness/width is required, a new mould will need to be opened to produce it.
Magnetic tape is always multiple poles magnetized on single face with magnetic pitch 2.5mm or 3.175mm. Though magnetized thru thickness is also possible for magnetic tape if it is required for special applications, each a single pole will be on each face at this condition.
The non-magnetic face of magnetic sheet can be plain or laminated with standard adhesive, premium adhesive, foam adhesive or colourful PVC upon request, while the magnetic face is generally with UV coating.
Magnetic tape is widely used in various commercial and industrial applications, mainly for Automotive Signs, Business Cards, Commercial Signage, Crafting Projects, DIY Home Improvement, Fridge Magnets, Large Format Graphics, Name Badge Holders, Office Presentations, Packaging Closures, Paint Masking Applications, POP & Tradeshow Displays, Promotional Giveaways, Warehouse Labeling, Windows & Door Seals.