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MHL Matte UV 1.7mil 51" x 500' Standard Temp Thermal Laminating Film
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MHL Matte UV 1.7mil 51" x 500' Standard Temp Thermal Laminating Film

MHL Matte UV 1.7mil 51" x 500' Standard Temp Thermal Laminating Film

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Main Features:
  • Film Finish: Matte
  • Core Size: 3"
  • Film Thickness: 1.7mil
  • Hot or Cold: Hot

ProductDescription

MHL Matte 1.7mil 51" x 500' standard temperature matte finish laminating film eliminates reflection and glare while hiding minor imperfections in the output. MHL Matte 1.7mil provides moderate UV protection for indoor and short term outdoor graphics. Typical applications for MHL Matte are xerographic, offset, or inkjet bond output for viewing where there is little control over lighting conditions. This makes MHL Matte ideal for the creation of POP displays, ceiling graphics, trade show signs, etc.

Product Details

  • Film Width: 51"
  • Film Length: 500'
  • Film Thickness:1.7mil
  • Core Size: 3"
  • Finish: Matte
  • Base Film: 0.7 mil (18 micron) polyester
  • Adhesive: 1.0 mil (25 micron) co-extruded polyethylene copolymer
  • Initial Tack: None
  • Application Speed: 1' - 10' per minute
  • Application Temperature: 220-240°F
  • Release Liner: None

ItemSpecifications

  • Specifically developed for multi-heat roller laminators (MHL) and hotshoe laminators
  • Co-extruded for a carefully balanced ratio of polyester film to adhesive.
  • Higher clarity for more vibrant colors, reduced "orange peel", greater rigidity (which reduces wrinkles and waves) and better adhesive flow characteristics (wet out).
  • Available in a variety of thicknesses and finishes from standard gloss and lustre finishes to scratch-resistant films suitable for outdoor applications
  • Suitable for both single sided and double sided laminating (encapsulation) of photographic, electrostatic, inkjet-bond, xerographic and lithographic output, as well as many more applications.
  • Incorporate UV absorbers for excellent protection from damaging UV rays.

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Tips and Technical Data

Tips For Applying MHL UV Thermal Films:

  • Consider webbing your laminator with a gloss film on top and a luster film on the bottom supply shaft. This will allow you to change the surface finish by feeding in your image either face up or face down.
  • Co-extruded for a carefully balanced ratio of polyester film to adhesive.
  • Use your idler bar to increase the area of contact between the heated rollers and the film.
  • To allow for proper heat recovery, laminators with smaller diameter rollers require a slower processing speed and / or higher operating temperature for the best results.
  • MHL laminating films bond while they are cooling (thermoplastic). This means that it is important that you create a steady uniform tension with the pull rollers (and a cooling system for thicker films) to ensure a smooth, flat encapsulated print without waves or wrinkles.

Technical Data


MHL Standard Temperature Matte is a 1.7 mil (43µ) high clarity, abrasion-resistant PET thermal laminating film designed for high-speed single- or double-sided lamination. The film is resistant to water, oil, acid, and alkali and can be die cut.

Typical Applications
  • Ideal for laminating book jackets, posters, menus, and maps.
  • Recommended for applications that require excellent clarity and protection.

Physical Characteristics

Film Thickness 1.7 mil (43µ)
Film/Adhesive Ratio 0.5:1.2
Processing Temperature 210°F to 230°F (99°C to 110°C)
Shelf Life Use within 1 year after opening original box
Storage Conditions 59°F to 72°F (15°C to 22°C); 50 - 55% Relative Humidity
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