3M™ Dual Lock™ Reclosable Fastener SJ3550
3M™ Dual Lock™ Reclosable Fastener SJ3550 solves attachment issues without the use of special tools or complicated, mechanical fastening systems. Our reclosable fastener uses an acrylic adhesive that bonds well to a variety of high and medium surface energy materials, including some plastics, metal, glass, and painted surfaces. This allows you to attach access doors, panels, signs, display components, and many other frequently opened and closed parts for easy, repeated access with minimal loss of bonding strength over time.
- An acrylic foam tape protected by a removable liner
- Black fastener with 40 mushroom shaped stems / cm² (250 per square inch)
- Pressing two pieces together allows the stems flex and the mushroom heads slide past each other.
- After mating, the stem snaps back into its original position, interlocking with the opposing heads with an audible snap that signals the fastener is engaged.
- Thickness: 5.8 mm
- Temperature performance ranging from -30 °C to 70 °C long-term (+95 °C short-term)
- Designed to bond to metals, glass and medium to high surface energy plastics and paint
- Can be used indoors and outdoors.
- Five times the tensile strength of typical hook-and-loop fasteners
- Opens and closes 1000 times before losing 50% of its original tensile strength
- Foam tape backing allows for better contact with textured or irregular surfaces
- No drilling, screwing, tightening, or complex installation needed.
- Provide a clean and unbroken surface
- Hidden from view when attached
- The adhesive sticks quickly and reaches full strength after 72 hours.
- No limit to the number of uses for these fasteners.
- Versatile and durable
- Panel and cover plate attachment
- Interior signage
- Decorative trim
- Office partitions
- Graphic attachment
- Access panels
- Specialty vehicles (interior attachments)
- L-bracket edging, repositionable shelving
- Hang signage
To see Technical Data Sheet, click here
To see other speciality products & tapes Jeaton offers, click here