Duct tape, also known as duck tape, was invented between 1943 and 1945 by the Revolite division of the American company Johnson and Johnson. It was initially invented as a means to...
Duct tape was first manufactured as a WWII military tool in 1942 by Johnson and Johnson Permacel Division.
It was originally used to keep moisture out of ammunition cases, and was based on Richard Drew's invention of masking tape in the 1920's..
edit]. The first material called "duck tape" was long strips of plain cotton duck
cloth used in making shoes stronger, for ...
Duct tape has adhered itself so well to American culture that it's become much
more than a roll of tape. It's an enduring symbol of all in this world that is
Jun 21, 2012 ... As readers of Kilmer House — and The Duct Tape Guys' popular website – know,
duct tape was invented by a Johnson & Johnson operating ...
Apr 5, 2006 ... Adhesive tape (specifically masking tape) was invented in the 1920's by Richard
Drew of Minnesota Mining and Manufacturing, Co. (3M). Duct ...
The Real History of Duct Tape by Jim and Tim, the Duct Tape Guys. Tim and me
researched the history of duct tape extensively - we even looked in books.
Feb 20, 2010 ... Today I found out Duct tape was originally named “Duck” tape and originally only
came in green, not silver. Duct tape was originally invented by ...
Back in the United States, Permacel, a division of Johnson & Johnson invented
duct tape in its modern form. It resembled earlier pressure sensitive adhesives, ...
Duct tape is a cloth tape coated with a poly-ethylene resin on one side and very
sticky rubber-based adhesive on the other. Unlike other tapes, the fabric backing