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Date08.05.2019 SI
Sales Code7L
ProductWhite, glossy, biaxially oriented, corona treated polypropylene film.
UseFor product labelling in applications where resistance against water, oil and chemicals is important. E.g. labelling toiletries and cosmetics.
Typical technical values
Substance56g/m²DIN 53352
Caliper58µmDIN 53370
Tensile strength MD180.0N/mm²DIN 53455
Tensile strength CD150.0N/mm²DIN 53455
Opacity80%DIN 53146/1
Gloss80%DIN 67530/2
PrintabilitySuitable for flexography, screen, gravure and offset printing methods. Corona treatment should be applied on press for optimal ink adhesion. Printing is recommended within 4 months of delivery. Limited compatibility with UV-inks.
AdvantagesVery high gloss. High clarity. Good dimensional stability. High tensile strength, stiffness and tear strength. Good register control.
DisclaimerThe performance of the product should always be tested in the actual application conditions. Our recommendations are based on our most current knowledge and experience. As our products are used in conditions beyond our control, we cannot assume any liability for damage caused through their use. Users of our products are solely responsible that the product is suitable for its intended application, and have determined such at their sole discretion. Users must comply with any applicable legislation and/or testing requirements for the finished article, and are responsible for bringing their products to market. This publication does not constitute any warranty, express or implied, and is intended only for the recipient and cannot therefore be transferred to any third party. We cannot assume any liability for the use of our products in conjunction with other materials. All our products are sold subject to UPM Raflatac’s general sales conditions, and you should ensure that any existing laws are observed. This publication replaces all previous versions. All information is subject to change without notice.

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