MATTE ALLURE DIGI™ TPM 250-AA1


BIAXIALLY ORIENTED POLYPROPYLENE (BOPP) / THERMAL LAMINATION FILM – MATTE DIGITAL

Product Description

MATTE ALLURE DIGI™ TPM 250-AA1 is a matte, two-side treated BOPP film with an extrusion coated bonding surface specifically designed for thermal lamination with digital and offset printed paperboard and cardboard.

Features

  • Excellent adhesion to digitally printed media
  • Smooth matte finish for alluring graphics
  • Compatible with UV spot finishing
  • Strong lamination bond with paper

Applications and Conversion

  • Product designed as an overlaminate film for book covers, paper bags, premium cosmetic and beverage boxes
  • The adhesive side provides excellent adhesion to digital toner-based inks and offset printed media
  • The matte surface is compatible with UV spot, Hot Foil and Cold Foil finishing
  • The printed surface should be well dried before lamination
  • For two-side laminations, allow enough time to cool between lamination operations
  • Application-specific testing is recommended for suitability for all coating, printing and laminating operations

Availability

TPM 250-AA1 rolls are wound with adhesive side in; TPM 250-AA2 rolls are wound with adhesive side out. Alternative film thicknesses are possible subject to negotiation.

Regulation

MATTE ALURE DIGI™ TPM 250 family of films comply with the applicable FDA and European legislation for most applications involving direct food contact. For specific applications please request Coatall’s Declaration of Compliance document

Storage

Store in a dry (preferably < 50% RH) location at 2°C (35°F) to 27°C (80°F).

    PRODUCT DATASHEET

Product Detail

Property 32 TPM 250-AA1 42 TPM 250-AA1 Test Method
Unit Weight g/m2 29.5 38.6 CATM 0000
lb/ream 18.1 23.7
Yield m2/kg 33.9 25.9 ADTM D 4321
in2/lb 23,833 18,210
COF 45° % < 10 < 10 ASTM D 2457
Treatment Matte Side mN/m 40 40 ASTM D 2578
Bonding Side 42 42
Lamination Temperature Bonding Side °C 100-120 100-120 ASTM D 1204
°F 210-250 210-250

The technical information and data shown on this page should be considered representative or typical only and should not be used for specification purposes