A laminated film is a type of laminate sheet made from two or more layers of material laminated together with an adhesive. A laminated film can be made by laminating two or more sheets of polyester, polycarbonate, PVC, PETG and other types of films. The film laminate typically has a thickness of 0.25 - 1 mm and is used for packaging and in signage industries.
Laminated film is typically used for packaging products. The laminate provides a barrier against moisture, oxygen and light. It can also provide protection against abrasion and puncture. Laminated film can also be used in the signage industry. It is used to create laminated signs, which are more durable than traditional signs.
When laminated films are used in packaging, they provide a barrier against moisture, oxygen and light. This helps to protect the product from degradation and extends its shelf life. Laminated films can also help to keep the product clean and free from contaminants.
Laminated films protect from abrasion and puncture.
Some products that can benefit from the use of laminated films include:
Most laminated films are flexible and can be laminated on one side, both sides or laminated on one edge. This flexibility in laminate film allows packaging designers to use laminate film for a wide range of applications.
Source One offers a large selection of flexible rollstock film that is ideal for industrial and commercial vertical form, fill and seal applications:
Flexible Films Offered:
We will customize our laminated films to meet your needs with structures to accommodate the desired shelf life of your product. Prints up to 10 colors with spot matte varnishes.