Application and use of PET film of different thickness (1)-film supplier

by:POLYVA     2021-11-10
The use rate of PET protective film in the electronics industry is very high, and the thickness of the tape used in different application areas is also different. The thickness of the PET protective film on the market now ranges from 30μm to 245μm. Now let’s analyze for everyone, what are the properties of PET protective films of different thicknesses, and in which areas are they mainly used? 30μm PET protective film: Although it is thin, it has good shear resistance and excellent bonding strength. It has good anti-aging performance and UV resistance. The probability of fogging is very low. It is generally used for LCD and fixed nameplates. Wait. 50μm-60μm PET protective film: generally belongs to the light and thin variety, but it also maintains a good bonding effect. It is mainly used for the pasting of earphone and microphone accessories, the fixing of the reflective film of digital cameras, the LCD reflector and the backlight film group and the mobile phone The outer frame of the center button is fixed. 80μm PET protective film: Good bonding ability at room temperature, suitable for smooth surface pasting on polar surfaces, fixation of LCD frame, digital camera buttons and hard materials, fixation of LCD front shell and panel. 100μm PET protective film: It has good adhesion strength to smooth surfaces, and is mainly used to fix the LCD backlight film group and the bottom frame. It is a company specializing in the production of PET film with multiple functions, such as: transparent PET film, milky white PET film, release PET film, supply of PET motor film, etc. With a wide variety of products, affordable prices, and environmental protection, we provide customers with excellent quality and service based on the service tenet of excellence in production, honesty and trustworthiness in distribution, and warm and thoughtful service. Interested parties welcome to inquire!
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