They are manufactured by connecting two or more flat materials (BOPET, PE, PP film, paper, etc.). Such films are treated variously – by aluminium metallization, through dyeing, depositing water or dispersing polymers – in order to improve the surface adhesion of final materials, and are suitable for production purposes.
Laminates may comprise different and special surface finishes due to a combination of several materials (anti-fog treatment, peel effect, inside/outside print).
Certain laminates are further processed by packaging technology or employed for decorating purposes. The range also includes special laminates for technical purposes.
It is beneficial to apply a combination of good barrier characteristics for the base material (BOPET) and easy weldability of accompanying materials (PE, PP) in a design of packaging. Barrier characteristics can be increased by aluminium metallization, while appearance is improved by dyeing the BOPET film
Metallization with Al (aluminium).
Coloured master batch.
Coating for water dispersion of polymers – for the purpose of improving the surface adhesion of final materials.
Special surface finishes – anti-fog finish, peel effect.
Properties of lamination
Lamination improves functionality and ensures properties necessary for packaging materials:
A barrier against the permeability of gases, water, steam and oxygen.
The inherent strength of packaging manufactured in this manner.
Ease of printing – to improve the visual appearance of items.
Properties applicable to the end user – such as a peel effect or anti-fog treatment.