The T-Rex brand makes it official…again. After competing against other tapes around the globe for strength and durability, the brand’s T-Rex Brute Force tape has secured the Guinness World Records title for the strongest duct tape for the second consecutive year.
T-Rex Brute Force is designed for challenging projects that require intense strength, durability, and power. The tape was put through a strength test against the top 10 competitive duct tapes of similar material and quality claims from around the world.
The results show that Brute Force produced a tensile strength at break of 273.1 pounds per inch — outperforming the other tapes by more than 50%.
The T-Rex brand teamed up, once again, with four-time World’s Strongest Man, Brian Shaw to showcase the tape’s ability to endure and persevere through any challenge. This involved Shaw pulling a 55,000 pound fire truck with just one loop of tape and carrying a chain yoke through mountainous terrain, proving the product’s extreme strength is unmatched.
“Setting the Guinness World Records title for a second consecutive year is a monumental moment for T-Rex Brute Force tape. While we felt confident that we had the strongest duct tape, now we’ve put it through a series of tough challenges that demonstrate it,” said Ashley Luke, senior product manager at Shurtape Technologies, the company that markets the T-Rex brand.
“Achieving this coveted title and partnering with Brian Shaw reinforces that this tape will hold up to any pressure you put it up against.”
Brute Force is built with Forge-Link extreme tensile technology and an aggressive, double-thick adhesive with a durable waterproof backing so it can quickly secure, fasten and hold all sorts of materials for any project, whether that’s pulling trucks or simple repairs at home.