25 July 2008
25 July 2008
Intertape Polymer Group have expanded their range of Anchor Marine Products, which now includes Hand Masking Film.
Anchor Hand Mask is a pre-folded high density polyethylene masking film designed for the marine, composites and transportation industry. The thick and durable 12 micron film is treated to resist overspray flaking during multiple gelcoat applications, and is designed with a reinforced top edge formulated to prevent the underlying film from sticking.
“We studied the current products on the market and incorporated customer feedback on ways to improve performance and productivity,” said Cindy Stoner, IPG Marine Market Manager.
“IPG is able to offer first class quality products at competitive prices. We see it as an opportunity to provide a competitive product while helping customers improve their bottom line at a time when the entire market is looking for ways to improve profitability,” stated Dean Blockowitz, IPG Vice President of Industrial Tapes. “Anchor Marine Products have been developed to improve the entire boat building process. Clever design, innovative thinking and attention to detail combine to provide exceptional performance. Our research and development projects will bring something new and different to existing and emerging applications and processes. Stay tuned as we change the industry,” commented Stoner.
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