Silicone film is a thin polyester film mainly designed as a release film and for adhesive liners. It provides three levels of anti-adherence and can be custom cut according to your specific uses. Silicones have been used to formulate adhesive products for decades due to their flexibility, temperature cycling resistance, chemical resistance, and wide range of possible material properties. Self-amalgamating tape is a non-tacky silicone-rubber tape which when stretched and wrapped around cables, electrical joints, hoses and pipes combines or unites itself into a strong, seamless, rubbery, waterproof, and electrically insulating layer. Silicone Tape adhesive is atraumatic when removed, meaning minimal skin cells stripped or hairs pulled out. As a result, the adhesive surface remains clean and tacky even after it has been removed from skin. Silicone adhesives are different from traditional acrylate and rubber based adhesive products in a number of ways. Key differences include Constant level of adhesive strength over time , Reduced skin cell stripping and hair pulling at removal, Little to no residue is left on the skin at removal.