5mil PlatinumPET Gloss Low Melt Laminating Film - 9.5" x 1000' (3 Inch Core)
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5mil PlatinumPET Gloss Low Melt Laminating Film - 9.5" x 1000' (3 Inch Core)

Part #: LFPGN30951
  • Film Finish: Gloss
  • Core Size: 3"
  • Thickness: 5 Mil
  • Hot or Cold: Hot
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Product Description

This 5mil gloss premium lo-melt laminating film is specifically designed to provide high clarity for commercial lamination. This roll of film is 9.5 inches wide by 1000 feet long wound on a three inch core for use with commercial roll laminators in production environments. It is an ideal choice to run on virtually any Roll Laminator that can handle films on a 3" core including models from GBC, Tamerica, Banner American, Ledco, Royal Sovereign and Pro-Lam. With a low melting temperature of just 220 degrees Fahrenheit, this film utilizes copolymer adhesives that help to speed up the laminating process and will adhere to many surfaces where standard grade film will not. Plus, it will provide a beautiful gloss finish that will enhance colors and help your prints to jump off the page. This makes This 5 Mil premium lo-melt gloss film ideal for use when laminating book covers, posters, maps, brochures and table mats. This film is slit to order and usually ships in 2-3 business days. If you need your film faster please give us a call and we will do our best to help you meet your deadline. This film is available in lengths up to 10,000 feet and in widths up to 62 inches, if you need a custom size please call us for a quote.
Most individuals with roll laminators will order film in pairs. The price above is per roll.

Product Details

  • Film Type: Premium Low Melt
  • Thickness: 5 Mil
  • Roll Width: 9.5"
  • Roll Length: 1000'
  • Film Finish: Gloss
  • Core Size: 3"
  • Operating Temperature: 220 Degrees
  • Part Number: MYLFPGN3095001000
  • Compatible Equipment: Select Roll Laminators

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