Knitted tapes

The main characteristics of knitted tapes are lengthwise stability (< 2% in the event of high loads), high transverse elasticity and thus very low bending stiffness. Furthermore, knitted tapes demonstrate firm edges (do not fray) and are self-adhesive. They are therefore ideally suited to being stuck to 3D parts as a proven means of reducing noise. Knitted tapes can be fitted with all usual bonding systems depending on the support structure to which it is to be stuck and can be adapted to match any colour scheme.


  • Headliners
  • Seat lining
  • Noise damping
  • Vibration damping

Technical Details

Knitted tapeFromToIncrementsUnit
Textile thicknessd10.8+/- 0.1mm
Adhesive thicknessd20.4+/- 0.1mm
Lengthwise elongation< 3%
Tensile force> 50 N, as per width
Colour / designCustomer specification
FeaturesGood axial elongation properties

Technical Illustration