Laminating Materials

The term comes from the English lamination laminate, meaning to cover the paper with a protective layer of the film. His appearance lamination shall, on the one hand, the need to protect printed materials and documents from damage to the other – the achievements of industry, offer a suitable material – film laminating and lamination process itself as such. In the mid-70's in the field of organic chemistry and polymer production materials have made several discoveries that marked a new period in the production of films for lamination. She began to "stick" with the usual pressure and temperature, was multilayered and more manufacturable in application. She has appeared low-temperature amide lower layer, and began to be used in the polyester. The emergence of a new generation of films led to major changes in the design of laminators.

Lack of the need for high temperature and pressure has made them less cumbersome and energy intensive (modern industrial laminating machines are powered by 220V), the more attractive in terms of design. To date, There are over 100 different films. Sunglasses designed to protect printed materials from fading and increase its service life by 3-4 times, thanks to the introduction of special elements in the film structure. Toned – with various shades, are widely used in design offices for the "blackout" of glass buildings. Cold lamination film for allowing to process the materials, fearful heat. Films with different textured surface at "flax", "skin" grainy. They can be very different thickness (25-355 microns) and width (10-140 cm), and rifled in rolls, used for single-and double-sided lamination.

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