UV irradiation acrylic release tape is a polyester based single coated acrylic adhesive tape which has high heat resistant strength and no residue after removal. The product is coated with layer of acrylic adhesive, PET release liner and PET Film. It consist 80um total thickness along with peel strength is 1300 gf/in before UV-Irradiation and 15gf/in after UV-Irradiation. As the product has strong adhesion and easy to remove so no residue after removal. UV Tape is polyester based single coated acrylic adhesive tape has high heat resistant and high adhesion strength with excellent initial tack. The product is coated with layer of acrylic adhesive, PET release liner and PET Film. It consist 70um total thickness and 1100 gf/in peel strength. As the product has strong adhesion and easy to remove so no residue after removal, hazardous property of monomers, narrow range of tackifier choice, inhibition of polymerization due to oxidation, and possible shrinkage of film substrate due to heat generation during polymerization. Manufacturing of the Syrup Tape starts by mixing it with a photo-initiator and a cross-linker(s), then coat the mixed liquid on a substrate and irradiate UV light to polymerize all acryl monomers. Most commercial radiation curable release coating formulations are based on polydimethylsiloxane (PDMS) resins that have been functionalized with polymerizable acrylate or epoxy groups. The photo induced free-radical polymerization of acrylate-functional silicones is commonly used and numerous patents exist on this technology.