50% thinner than our popular original SafetyTac line of industrial tape, SafetyTac LEAN is a tough, cost effective solution to your floor marking needs. Despite it's low profile, this tape does not sacrifice durability, and can withstand even heavy forklift and other industrial traffic.
SafetyTac Tapes are so strong, they outlast all other floor tapes, and often outlast even painted lines. Thanks to the dual-beveled edge design, forklifts and other traffic glide over the lines without noticible lips or edges. Our customers put SafetyTac to the test every day, in a wide variety of applications and environments, and time and time again SafetyTac comes out on top.
Installing SafetyTac could not be easier- Simply peel back the liner and apply it to a clean dry surface. Once it's down, just run over the tape with a tamper cart or forklift, and you're done! No longer do you have to have to shut down areas while you wait for paint to dry, or use valuable employee man-hours fooling around with messy paints in the first place. With SafetyTac- a single employee can lay hundreds of feet of aisles/lines in a short matter of time, and for jobs larger than 20 rolls, we recommend our Industrial Tape Applicator to make the job even easier!
SafetyTac LEAN is available in 2", 3", and 4" widths, in the following colors:
Yellow, White, Black, Red, Green, Orange, Blue, Gray, Purple, and Brown.
We are offering our Industrial Floor Tape Applicator for rental for just $50 a day! Simply use the Applicator for your job, and send it back to us... perfect for one-time large jobs.For more information call 1-866-777-1360 for details.
Posted by Mike on 10th Sep 2013
We had been using the standard vinyl tape a lot but now we have been using SafetyTac Lean for about a year and love it. The fact that we don't need to replace this tape was the biggest reason we use it.
Posted by Mark on 9th Sep 2013
We actually us this tape in our 5s projects and love it can't want for the order we just placed. Sounds crazy but this tape is really the best we have found.
Posted by Don "the Old Guy" Kerry on 16th Jul 2012
Wow, I ripped up our old tape, and put this down. Even forgot to prep it, like they advise. Still sticking and looks really good.
Posted by Annie W. on 9th May 2012
I have to say upfront, I usually buy the thicker SafetyTac tape, and I was a bit hesitant to get this because I was worried our guys might not want to try something different.
Although it is much thinner, it makes up for it in lower clearance. It can take delivery trucks backing up over it, and it is similar to the standard SafetyTac. I plan to keep buying the SafetyTac Lean in our areas with less traffic, and use the thicker tape in our busier areas.