60µ pearl film/hot melt adhesive/60g white glassine

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Description

Pearl film Features

1. Good brightness, strong pearlescent effect, small roughness and few uneven spots.
2. Environmentally friendly, waterproof, moisture-proof, tear-resistant, and has good stiffness.
3. Suitable for flexo, letterpress, offset printing, screen printing, etc., with good color reproduction.
4. Can print thin barcodes and QR codes.
5. Suitable for cold and hot perms.

Product Name

60µ pearl film/hot melt adhesive/60g white glassine

Release liner

60g white glassine

Adhesive

Ordinary hot melt adhesive

Classification

Test project

Indicators

Unit

Face Stock

Thickness

Glossiness

60±10%

≥75%

µm

%

Release liner

Dosage

Thickness

Longitudinal tensile strength

60±10%

53±10%

≥5.0KN/m

g/m2

µm

KN/m

Adhesive

Loop initial tack

90°release force

180° 30m/min high speed release force

Holding power

Minimun labelled temperature

Using temperature

≧14

≧7

≦35g

≧8hours

﹣10℃

-20℃~80℃

N

N/25mm

g/㎡

H

﹣10℃

-20℃~80℃

Stock and preserve

Under the conditions of temperature 23±2℃ and relative humidity 50±5%, the validity period is 1 year. Products beyond the expiry date can still be used after passing the inspection.

Pearl film description:

Face Stock has a special soft pearl luster and excellent processing performance.

It is widely used for printing daily chemical product labels, such as high-end beverage labels and product outer packaging.

38# glossy pearlescent film – the material is thin and not easy to warp, and can be used on curved surfaces.
50# glossy pearlescent film – widely used for printing daily chemical product labels, such as high-end beverage labels and product outer packaging.
65# glossy pearlescent film – can replace imported pearlescent film. After cold and hot stamping tests, the printing effect is excellent.

Pearl film print and process:

It can be used in various printing methods such as letterpress, flexo, gravure and screen. The printed non-cover film label should try to avoid contact with solvents such as alcohol, isopropanol, gasoline, toluene, etc., so as not to cause the pattern to fade. It is not recommended for bottles with small diameters, irregular surfaces or frequent squeezes. Before use, a comprehensive labeling test should be carried out in the final use environment. In order to ensure smooth processing, it is recommended to use a sharp die-cutting knife for thin film, especially in the flat die-cutting method. It should be avoided that the rewinding tension is too high, causing the label to overflow.

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