BOPP thermal lamination film
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Environmental BOPP Thermal Lamination Films (Gloss & Matt)
1. Environmental friendly: It is environmental friendly, non-hazardous to health and safe to use as no toxic gases or volatile content is emitted. Safety in laminating process as no solvent based adhesive is used
2. High function: Compared with other solvent lamination, our film is better in clarity and bonding. Its preventing lamination from being pressed, bubbled and shredding off easily. Matt thermal lamination film is good for spot UV and hot stamping.
3. Easy handling: It is easy to operate once the required temperature is met and no special technique required.
4. Adaptable to different kinds of machines: This film is recommended to be used in dry laminator. Small adjustments need to be made to the machine if the film is used in wet laminator.
5. Efficient and energy-saving: Production cost is reduced substantially as there is no film wastage, mixture of adhesive solvent, and no UV heating lamp is required.
6. Strong ability of absorbing powder: Unlike solvent adhesive, our film is suitable for lamination even with powdery paper.
1. Books and magazines, pictures, promotional materials; non-drying adhesive, paper bag, clothes lag, liquor, food, cosmetic, medicine wrapping box, etc.
2. Blueprint document, outdoor advertisement, spray paintings, post, digital print, etc.
3. Wedding photograph, Photo Album, etc.
Equipment for laminating film: dry and wet laminating film machine
Temperature: Normal: 85~1000. Special: 100~1100
Remarks: Special laminations are those with thicker ink, solid color, high moisture content and bigger size paper.
1. Adjust roller pressure and temperature according to different types of paper and ink.
2. When using the film for the first time or changing to other sizes, we recommend a small trial volume before going into fully mass lamination.
3. The following situation will affect the quality of the film during lamination.
a. When using metal ink.
b. When the ink contains too much wax, dried oil, adhesive, and silicon additive, etc.
c. When the ink is too thick
d. When the ink is not dry completely.
e. When the paper is too humid
f. When there is too much powder