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Green & white Tapeline is now available for customers to buy. What is Tapeline though? Why have we not spoke about it before? Find out here.
A self-adhesive, durable PVC floor tape with a vibrantly coloured surface. This is Tapeline in a nutshell, easy to apply and slightly thicker than most floor marking tapes you can buy to cope with the rigours of industrial life. Tapeline? I hear you ask. Why haven’t they talked about it before? I also hear you ask. I’m a keen listener. Well, to put it simply, PermaStripe and PermaRoute are our most popular floor marking tapes, as most people need something thick enough to cope with marking busy aisles, bays and walkways. More often than not with constant forklift traffic flow. Both the aforementioned can really take a pounding and still stand strong. Withstanding scrapes and still marking the area correctly. H0402 Tapeline is for facilities that don’t require that level of demand, and the associated costs that come with PermaStripe and PermaRoute. For areas that simply require basic marking, albeit to 5S standards, Tapeline will do the job perfectly, with all the quick application benefits of our more resilient marking tape.
New Tapeline Colour
Green and White TapelineWe have recently introduced another colour to the current range, or colour combination to be precise. Green & white hazard H0402H. Many customers have requested this colour combination and as always when the demand is high enough, we begin batch production. Along with the new green & white Tapeline, there is also the following colours available for immediate purchase.
- Red/White Hazard
- Black/Yellow Hazard
All rolls are available in 50mm x 30m rolls, but full width 1295mm logs are available ( except red/white ) For more information on H0402 Tapeline, or to place an order, you can contact the Heskins sales team by phone, live chat or alternatively fill out the contact us form and a member of the sales team will get back to you as soon as possible.
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