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Trimount Dry Mounting Tissue - 100 Sheets
$48.69
Trimount Dry Mounting Tissue - 100 Sheets

Trimount Dry Mounting Tissue - 100 Sheets

Brand: Drytac
2 Questions, 2 Answers
  • 4 popular sizes
  • 3.0 Mil thickness
  • Permanent, breathable tissue
  • Will bond at temps as low as 185 degrees F
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Trimount 16" x 20" Dry Mounting Tissue - 100 Sheets Item Number : TR3215 Price :

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ProductDescription

Trimount is a premium quality, multi-purpose 3.0 mil (75 micron) dry mounting tissue. This permanent, breathable tissue is recommended for bonding resin-coated photographs, posters and printed materials to most smooth surface substrates. The pH-neutral heat-activated adhesive will bond at temperatures as low as 185 DegreesF (85 DegreesC). Trimount is suitable for use in all makes of dry mounting presses. Trimount is recommended for bonding RC photographic paper and printed materials to smooth surfaces. It equals or surpasses all dry mounting tissues on the market.

Product Details

  • Size: 8" x 10" - 16" x 20"
  • Carrier: Paper/off-white
  • Adhesive Bond: Permanent
  • Adhesive Base: Solvent acrylic
  • Initial Tack: None
  • Precessing Temperature: 85

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Specifications

Part NumberSizeAdhesive BondThicknessAdhesive Base
TR32058" x 10"Permanent3 milSolvent acrylic
TR32078.5"x 11"Permanent3 milSolvent acrylic
TR321011" x 14"Permanent3 milSolvent acrylic
TR321516" x 20" Permanent3 milSolvent acrylic

Technical Data

Trimount is a 2.6 mil (65µ) pH-neutral white mounting tissue, coated on both sides with a heat-activated solvent acrylic adhesive that is tack-free at normal ambient temperature and does not require a release liner.

Typical Applications
  • For use in all types of dry mounting presses.
  • Recommended for bonding resin-coated photographic paper and printed materials to smooth surfaces.

Product Structure

Adhesive Solvent Acrylic (Heat Activated)
Film Off White Kraft Paper
Adhesive Solvent Acrylic (Heat Activated)


Physical Characteristics

Film Thickness 2.6 mil (65µ)
Adhesive Layer 0.5 mil (12µ) on each side
Film/Adhesive Ratio 0.5:2.6:0.5
UV Protection Factor Not Applicable
Outdoor Durability Not Applicable
Service Temperature Range -4°F to 203°F (-20°C to 95°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


Process Settings

Equipment Type Temperature Dwell Time
Roller Laminator Not recommended
Press 185°F to 210°F (85°C to 99°C) 60 - 90 seconds
Questions & Answers
Q:
I see the `6x20 dry mount tissue is on a roll. Is it pre-sliced to 16x20 size already or does it need to be cut?
Asked by Deborah
A:
Thank you for your question. The Trimount Dry Mounting Tissue Sheets actually come in a package and not on roll, the picture is stock image provided by the manufacturer. We apologize for the confusion.

Answered by MyBinding 28 days ago
Q:
Can this be used with a heat laminator? If not, is there a sheet mounting substrate that can be used through a laminator?
Asked by Robert Lee
A:
Thank you for your question. Unfortunately you would not be able to use the a roll laminator but would work with a pouch or board laminator that gets to the proper temperature.

Answered by MyBinding 1 years and 2 months ago ago
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