Building & Construction Materials
Lap Splice vs. Butt Splice
A Lap Splicer has a standard splice joint which includes overlap of the material, 3” plus an inch loose tail that alternates top to bottom side of the web. A Butt Splicer has no overlap of material. The leading edge of a new roll is “butted” up to the trailing edge of the expiring roll.
Learn more about the difference between lap and butt splicers.
LS SERIES ZERO SPEED WEB SPLICER
• The LS Series splicer produces an overlap splice
• Available in web widths up to 96 inches (2438 mm)
PS SERIES WINDOW FILM SPLICER
• The PS Series splicer produces an overlap splice on narrow, lightweight webs
• Available in web widths up to 12 inches (304 mm)
ZG SERIES SHAFTLESS BUTT SPLICER
• The ZG Series splicer produces a splice joint without overlap
• Available in web widths up to 40 inches (1016 mm)
ZL SERIES BUTT SPLICER FOR LIGHT BOARD
• The ZL Series splicer produces a splice joint without overlap for thick materials such as roofing mat
• Available in web widths up to 50 inches (1270 mm)