Mirror Polished Stainless Steel Protective Film

Mirror Polished Stainless Steel Protective Film

LDPE Protective Film For Stainless Steel Sheets ith Mirror Glossy Shinning Polished Finish Surface No Glue Transfers After Removal
Factory direct deal LDPE self adhesive protection film for stainless steel plate with mirror and polished surface is made with solvent adhesive or water based adhesive. It has extremely low adhesion; sticks to the mirror surface of stainless steel sheet very firmly; no glue or residue transfers on the surface after removal. Protect the stainless spotless.

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Mirror Polished Stainless Steel Protective Film

Low Adhesion Blue Black&White Clear LDPE Protective Plastic Film For Mirror Polished Stainless Steel Sheet

 

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Main Technical Data


Products Name: Mirror Polished Surface Stainless Steel Protective Film


Scope of application: 304 Stainless Steel, BA,2B,2D,RO,BB,4K,6K,8K,10K,12K panels.


Substrate of the film: Low Density Polyethylene; Linear Low Density Polyethylene


Type of Adhesive: Solvent-based acrylic resin or Water based adhesive


Range of adhesion: Below 60g/25mm for mirror surface


Color: Transparent, Black&White, Blue, White, etc.


Thickness: Maximum 200 microns


Width: Maximum 1560mm


Length: Maximum 2000 meters


Printability: Maximum 3 colors


Tensile Strength: Longitudinally>8N/25mm; Horizontal>15N/25mm


Elongation: Longitudinally>200%; Horizontal>150%


UV Resistance: Available


Directions For Use:


1. Surfaces to be protected should be dry, free from dust, oil, solvents or other chemicals in case of any residue is caused by the chemical reaction with our film adhesive.


2. The best results are obtained with temperature of surface and surroundings at +15°C to 40°C.


3. Use laminating machines with rubber coated press rollers.


4. Try to eliminate or minimize film elongation, and the formation of air bubbles and folds during lamination.


5. Removing the film is advisable to perform in the temperature range 5°C to 40°C (Not below 5°C).


6. The film is not suitable for extreme thermoforming.


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