|APPLICATION OF FILM|
|Preferably the film should be applied by mechanical means. Best results are obtained at an application temperature
between 15°C and 40°C.
|Adhesive properties are susceptible to change due to following parameters: chemical and physical state of the surface to
be protected; presence of impurities within or on the substrate: elongation of the film during application; and
temperature of surroundings and of substrate.
|The film can be stored for six months, in its original packaging and in dry conditions. The rolls should be protected from
extremes of temperature and direct sunlight. Out of its container, the film should be protected against dust and other
|The thickness of the protective film has to be taken into account for the tolerances of any processing equipment
coming into contact with the film.|
Tests should be conducted under actual applications conditions.
|Film backing||Plasticized P.V.C.|
|Colors||Blue or Clear|
|Total tape thickness||3.0 mils|
|Initial peel strength||100 gr/20mm on BA-Steel|
4.5 oz./inch on BA-Steel
|Unwinding force||60 gr/20mm|
|Tensile strength||5.0 kg/20mm|
|Elongation at break||200%|
|Outside exposure resistance||Excellent|
|Main applications||Surface protection of metals subjected to severe mechanical processing: deepdrawing (where the film also acts as a lubricant), profiling, bending. Resists UV-radiation, and is suitable for outside use.
|Note:The above are typical values and should not be used in writing specifications.|
The performance of all adhesive products is affected by many factors: heat, humidity, type of substrate, texture,
inks used and application technique. Our suggestions and recommendations concerning the use and
application of our products are based on tests we believe are reliable. However, the purchaser must
test the suitability of our products for their intended use under their own operating conditions.
Protective Packaging assumes no liability for claims beyond the replacement value of any
defective products, and is in no way liable for consequential
or incidental damages.