The Scotch® Dispenser TI1756 is a portable, lightweight and easy-to-operate pistol grip tape dispenser.
Speed and Accuracy at your Fingertips
Our Scotch® Dispenser TI1756 provides a quick and easy one-handed method to apply, cut and buff tape closures. The compact, affordable, easy-to-use product increases speed and efficiency of the packaging process. The tape dispenser holds the tape and unrolls it at a precise, controlled speed. The adjustable tape brake allows the user to control the tension and delivery.
When it comes to speed and accuracy, there’s no comparison between tape with dispenser and a regular roll of tape, which may require an additional knife, box cutter or scissors to separate tape from the roll. Applying tape without a dispenser could also lead to tangles, bunches or messy tape application. All Scotch Tape Manual Dispensers for box sealing tapes, filament tapes, film tapes, label protection tapes and pouch tapes are application designed to meet the needs of the customer. Select from a variety of hand-held and heavy duty pull-and-tear table top dispensers.
Dispensers are Indispensable
Tape dispensers hold a roll, keep the tape end accessible, and provide a means of cutting the tape. Dispensers have a central spool or core and include a mechanism at one end for shear-cutting the tape. They are available in a wide variety of options, from single-use, to automated industrial machines. The hand-held variety range from plastic, which may be either refillable or disposable, to larger devices used for packaging, bundling, combining, and shipping. With comfort, convenience, and efficiency in mind, tape dispensers are common accessories in office and light-industrial settings. Weighted desktop dispensers are useful for a variety of office, retail, industrial and home applications. A weighted base keeps the dispenser stable for single-hand use yet allows portability to be carried anywhere taping is needed. Dispensers for packaging, shipping and bundling operations also feature single-handed design for ergonomics and convenience.