Adhesive Coating Lamination Plant:
To laminate silicon paper (liner) and hologram film together by adhensive. Adehensiver (usually, solvent based) is same adhensive for normal self-sticker. The machine is very simple and lamination machine which laminates aluminum metalllized PET film(holographic sensitive pressure label film) together with silicon paper(liner) by adhensive. It''s simple and easily run machine made just for our holographic sticker lamination.
Extrusion-based coating/laminating and adhesive-based film laminating are different manufacturing techniques a converter can use to make a composite construction. The physical properties and performance characteristics of flexible packaging made by extrusion coating and laminating can be identical to that made by film laminating. Many of the major components of the final constructions are also the same. So which technique should be used for a particular product package? The decision is not an easy one, with equipment availability, run length, polymer specifications, and manufacturing efficiencies some of the major variables in this equation.The performance properties of extruded and adhesive-laminated structures are frequently dependent upon the types of polymeric, adhesive and surface treatment/priming ingredients combined to deliver the intended package performance. Multiple performance criteria such as mechanical properties, gas and moisture barrier properties, sealability, printability and cost will be integrated to satisfy the multiple performance properties of both rigid and flexible packages. Many polymeric materials are thermodynamically incompatible due to differences in their chemical make-up. Combining these materials can create the potential for phase separation and structural degradation. The key is to create a heterogeneous layering within an extrusion or adhesive lamination process so performance properties will not degrade over time.
Adhesive laminates can be made by dry bonding, wet bonding, UV/EB curing and by hot melt adhesion processes. Extrusion laminates are constructed by extruding a thin tie-layer of a plastic material to bond together two dissimilar materials, such as a polymer film, paper or foil. Furthermore, coextruded materials are produced by extruding several polymer layers simultaneously and then pressing/cooling them together. Incompatible layers are laminated together using a thermoplastic adhesive as a tie layer. Eight layers or greater can be produced to optimize barrier, material thickness, weight and cost performance parameters.
Surface modification techniques can also be employed to for low polarity polymeric films and other based substrates to improve structural performance. These methods can include the application of roll coatings (polymers, lacquers, primers), coextrusion, immersion, and plasma treatments. Solvent and water-based barrier coatings are common, as are dry coatings such as varnishes cured by heat or oxidation. Chemical surface treatments, vacuum plasma depositions, and specifically vapor-deposited oxides and nitrides are also employed to improve packaging performance.
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