• PET material quality problems

    PET material quality problems

    The rainbow pattern is a problem often encountered with PET protective film materials, because the surface of the PET protective film material is hardened, and the hardening is subjected to high temperature treatment, so a colored stripe will be formed on the surface of the material The crystal p...
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  • The theory of laminating the protective film

    The theory of laminating the protective film
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  • What is Surface Protective Film?

    Even if you haven’t previously used a protective film for your own application, you are probably familiar with their presence on many of the products that you purchase every day. By now, you may have actually come to expect to find a protective film on every new i-Something, TV, computer monitor,...
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  • Types of Protective Films

    LDPE, or low-density polyethylene, is the most common type of protective film. It is made from polyethylene, which is the most common type of plastic. As you might guess from the name, there is also a high-density version of polyethylene (HDPE), which is heavier, less flexible, and less elastic—a...
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    How to do lamination? The surface to be protected must be dry and clean (no dust, oil, etc.) Lamination temperature +10 to +30°C (also applies to the material to be protected). How to choose adhesive level? The adhesive level depends on the material to be protected and the lamination method, et...
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  • How to Choose Protective Film or Tape

    The checklist that follows is a rough guideline that can be used to help you zero in on the optimum protective film for your particular application. You will probably want to evaluate two or three different films to find the best performer for your requirements. The more specifically you can iden...
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