Saint-Gobain Performance Plastics Foams
Saint-Gobain Performance Plastics Foams

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Saint-Gobain Performance Plastics (SGPPL) is a part of Saint-Gobain Corporation, one of the top 100 industrial companies in the world.

SGPPL foams have provided practical, cost-effective solutions for more than 50 years for bondingsealingacoustical and vibration damping, as well as thermal management applications. These high-performance foam tapes are easy to handle, require virtually no clean-up, and can be evenly and consistently hand-applied or adapted to automated application.

Our expertise in the HabitatAutomotive, Industrial, Electronics and Energy markets gives you confidence in our team approach to providing solutions to critical applications.

The last updates on our web site :

Norbond Acrylic Clear 

Saint-Gobain is pleased to announce the launch of its newest, high performance, acrylic foam bonding tapesNORBONDTM   A7200 clear tape, A7300 grey tape, A7400 white tape, and A7500 dark tape.

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Our Thermalbond ®Structrual Glazing Spacer tapes have been trusted by architects and specifiers in hundreds of curtain wall applications around the globe. Learn more about our projects.


Learn more about Saint-Gobain Performance Plastics Bonding, Gasketing, Sound Proofing or Thermal Management solutions.
Learn more about other Saint-Gobain brands, including Fabrics, Films, Protective Systems and Tapes.
Saint-Gobain for the 3rd consecutive year among the 100 most innovative companies in the world.The Group was singled out along with nine major industrial companies and three research organizations in France.The Top 100 Global Innovators program identifies the companies and research structures that are the most active in terms of innovation. The selection is based on four criteria: the success rate of patent applications, the international scope of the patent portfolio, the influence of the patent in terms of the number of citations in the professional literature and the number of patents.