Adhesive tape is able to unveil its strengths above all in industry. Simple, flexible handling and quick adhesion accelerate the processes and even optimize the end products. Uneven surfaces may be evened out with adhesive tape. The entire process goes very quickly, since there is no drying time as there is with liquid adhesives. It does not give off any hazardous vapours. In addition, adhesive tape is clean. Follow-up work to remove the remains of the adhesive is not necessary.
The bond is also hardly perceptible since adhesive tape can be as thin as you can imagine. This allows for entirely new product designs and combinations of materials. Screws have no space and disrupt the optics in a small area. Welding and rivets destroy the surfaces of materials and create intermittent stress points. Not a problem with an adhesive bond that distributes the forces that arise from impacts or bumps over the entire adhesion surface. Moreover, some materials cannot be combined in any other way than by adhesive tapes or glues: carbon and aluminium, for example, in the car industry. And as opposed to liquid glue, adhesive tape can help balance out different degrees of expansion with distinct materials in heat or cold thanks to special backings and adhesive masses. Pretty solid, wouldn't you say?