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Vinyl tapes are adhesive tapes used to mark hazards, divide spaces, create aisles, or provide directions. They are commonly used in industrial and manufacturing facilities for floor/aisle marking. They are made of multiple different materials, including PVC and vinyl, and vary in thickness for a wide range of durability options for manufacturing facility floor/aisle marking. Most tapes come in a variety of color options and even hazard patterns to meet OSHA/ANSI requirements and other safety standards.
Vinyl tapes are an effective replacement for paints, and are much faster and easier to install and replace, which dramatically reduces down times related to painting aisles and rails. Vinyl tapes are scuff and break resistant, unlike paints that will chip and scratch off. And most of all, vinyl tapes are much easier to store and transport; they have much higher shelf lives than paints that, if stored improperly, won’t last long.