Choose the right film face material

UPM Raflatac film label stocks are ready to make a starring appearance in many of your end-use applications. Film face stocks typically offer a higher level of durability than paper, providing resistance to water, oil and chemicals. The transparency and conformability varies according to the face material, as does the heat resistance. Films are often used for beverage labels, personal care product labels and consumer electronics labels. They are also a perfect choice for signage solutions.

Our product index gives you detailed information on each film face material, its appearance, use, printability and other technical values.

Face type

Properties and end-uses

VIP filmsPolyester and polypropylenebased films suitable for laser and ink-jet printing and thermal transfer imprint. For SOHO, Industrial, & Logistics, Laboratory and product labeling.
PE filmsPolyethylene (PE) films work with applications that require resistance to water, oil and chemicals. They conform well to package shapes and flex nicely with squeezable packaging. PE film is typically used in personal care and home care labeling.
PP filmsPolypropylene (PP) films are suitable for applications requiring resistance to water, oil and/or chemicals. They are typically used in rigid bottle applications requiring excellent transparency and the "no-label look", e.g. beverage and health & beauty labeling.