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3M™ Pressure Sensitive Acrylic Foam Tape 5567, Gray, 1.52 mm

 
Photo: 3M(TM) Acrylic Foam Tape 5344
Photo: 3M(TM) Acrylic Foam Tape 5344
3M™ Pressure Sensitive Acrylic Foam Tape 5567 is a 1.52 mm (0.060 in) thick, gray, double-coated acrylic foam tape used for the attachment of a variety of automotive exterior trim parts.
  • Unique foam core that provides stress relaxation when high application loads are encountered, while maintaining tight bond-line aesthetics under normal conditions.
  • Bonds to a variety of automotive substrates
  • Provides high final adhesion and peel strength
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Key Attributes

3M AFT 5567 is thicker than other acrylic foam tapes and is used where there is greater mismatch between the trim part and the sheet metal of the vehicle. The acrylic foam core has unique viscoelastic properties that allow it to elongate and relax when put under a load, minimizing stress on the adhesive bond line. 3M AFT 5567 has AR-7 adhesive on the liner side of the product for bonding to automotive paint surfaces, and DS-4 on the non-liner side of the product for bonding to the exterior trim part. Since product performance will depend on actual conditions within a specific application, it is essential that the user evaluate the 3M product to determine whether it is fit for a particular material purpose and suitable for the user’s method of application.

 

Application MethodPressure Sensitive Adhesive
ApplicationsAttaching claddings, Attaching body side moldings, Attaching wheel flares
ColorGray
Liner ColorRed
Liner MaterialFL-10
Liner Side AdhesiveAR7
Manufacturing SegmentGlass, Exterior
Minimum Levelwound Roll Width4 mm
Minimum Planetary Roll Width5 mm
Non-Liner Side AdhesiveDS4
OEM SpecificationMS-12194, WSS-M11P65-A2, GMW15201 Type VIC
Tabbing Option3M™ Tabbing and Splicing Tape 5300, 3M™ Splicing Tape 4240
Thickness (in)0.06 Inch
Thickness (mm)1.5 mm

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