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Adhesive Transfer Tape (ATT)
Double-Coated Tape (DCT)
Adhesive Transfer Tape (ATT)

An Adhesive Transfer Tape (sometimes called ATT, transfer tape, or unsupported tape) is a double sided tape with no carrier. Once the liner is removed, only the adhesive remains. Learn More

Double-Coated Tape (DCT)

DCT: A Double Coated Tape (sometimes called DCT or supported tape) is a double sided tape with a carrier made of paper, plastic film, tissue or foam that separates the adhesives on each side. The carrier remains a part of the tape even after the liner is removed. Learn More

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