Manufacturing Industry

3M Adhesives & Tapes

Today, Designers and Engineers rely on 3M Tapes and Adhesives for enhancing end-use performance and providing superior design flexibility & efficiency. With more than 50 years of experience in Industrial Adhesives and Tapes, 3M meets every requirement of the industry. In addition to advanced formulations for reliability and versatility, 3M provides application systems that facilitate the production service in assisting customers select the best product for the job.

3M™ VHB™ Tapes

From transportation to appliances & electronics, from metal fabrication & Signage to structural glazing & architectural panels - 3M™ VHB™ Tapes offer an array of bonding solutions for diverse industry verticals to customers worldwide.

An unbeatable combination of reliable performance, consistent aesthetics and ease of use across various industrial applications, 3M™ VHB™ Tapes provide instant and permanent bonds to painted & unpainted metals, plastics, vinyl and glass. 3M™ VHB™ Tapes from 3M - Comprehensive, Consistent & Convenient Bonding Solutions.


Safety & Security & Production

Occupational Health & Environmental Safety


With the Speedglas™ brand, 3M is now a leader in welding safety, offering a wider range of personal protective equipment for welders. Our knowledge and experience of welders' working conditions sparks innovative development of products that enhance welding performance and make the welder's job safer and more comfortable.

Products for Welding

3M offers a wide range of personal protection equipment for welders, including eye, face, head and respiratory protection. The product line includes Speedglas™ Auto-Darkening Welding Shields and Adflo™ Powered Air Respirator.

Legislation & Standards

It is necessary to look to the product standard in order to understand the performance requirements. Here you will find summaries of the Indian classifications of our products for welding.


Careless welders immediately feel the pain from not having their eye protection in place. But their exposure to the hazards of welding fumes can be much less obvious.