PET films are most often used in flexible packaging
applications for lamination to heat sealable thermoplastic film such as LDPE after
first being reverse printed. They can be supplied either plain, corona treated
or so called chemically treated (with acrylic acid) which increases the surface
energy for enhanced printing ink adhesion. PET films can be metallised with different
optical densities to improve moisture barrier and similarly can be pvdc coated.
Iso tropic and heat stabilised grades for lidding applications available. Metallised
PET is also used for decorative lamination to carton board for such as whisky
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- Plain or Corona treated PET film
for lamination and coating
treated PET film again for printing, coating and lamination where enhanced
ink adhesion is required
PET films where high oxygen barrier is required. Can be metallised with
different optical density for varying barrier performance from flash metallised
for ESD (electrostatic discharge) bag films to plasma enhanced metalisation with
optical density >3.0 for thermal insulation purposes. Metal can be one or 2
side coated and can be on corona or chemically treated films.
Top Coated PET films designed for high moisture and oxigen barrier flexible
packaging. Suitable for pasteurizable applications, use with fatty foods and excellent
heat resistance suitable for transparent lidding purposes.