The pet film produced by polyva is rain-proof, moisture-proof, rust-proof, and environmentally friendly-technical knowledge

by:POLYVA     2021-12-28
The pet film produced by polyva is rain-proof, moisture-proof, rust-proof, and environmentally friendly. Source: Protective film factory direct sales Release time: 2019-10-14 Click: 1318 In addition to being used as shrink labels, heat shrinkable polyester film has also been used in Japan in recent years Use the outer packaging of the product. Because it can not only protect the packaged items from shock, rain, moisture, and rust, but also make the product win users with its beautifully printed outer packaging. At the same time, it can well show the good image of the manufacturer. At present, more and more packaging manufacturers use printed shrink films to replace traditional transparent films. Because the printed shrink film can improve the appearance of the product, it is conducive to the advertising of the product, and the trademark brand can have a deep impression in the hearts of consumers. Heat-shrinkable polyester film is often used in the convenience food, beverage market, electronic appliances, and metal products. In particular, shrink labels are the most important application areas. Because with the rapid development of PET beverage bottles, beverage bottles such as cola, sprite, and various juices require PET heat shrinkable film to be matched with heat seal labels. They belong to the polyester category and are environmentally friendly materials that are easy to recycle and regenerate. use. Foshan Bowei Environmental Protection Material Co., Ltd. is an electronic material supplier with 20 years of experience. It can produce PET film with multiple functions, such as: sub-(matte) PET film, flame-retardant (fire-resistant) PET film, inkjet printing Film, anti-static PET film, anti-fog PET film, anti-UV PET film, non-shrinking PET film, PET release film, optical PET film, etc. Interested parties welcome to inquire!
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