Sarafil

The Saracote range of silicone coated films (PET/PP) is designed to provide an excellent carrier to pressure sensitive material. The typical applications are in labels, tapes, roofing shingles and peel & stick underlayments

Silicone coated films are widely used in pressure sensitive adhesive applications as a carrier film. Polyplex offers a wide variety of film thicknesses with custom release levels to suit individual application needs. These REACH compliant films provide excellent silicone anchorage, smooth silicone lay down and flat release profile both at various de-lamination speeds and a wide range of temperatures. With products across clear, colored, metallized and matte category, Polyplex offers one or two sided coated films using both 100% solids and solvent-based technologies. Custom printing and slitting is also offered as a part of the total solution

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