Tensioplast - plasticization

Tensioplast: plasticization or laminationPlasticization technologies

PLASTICIZATION

Plasticization (the correct term would be lamination) is a mechanical finishing and protection through the assembling of a plastic film over paper, cardboard and other materials in sheets or reels for the graphic and paper compartment. The materials mainly used for this kind of production are plastic films:

  • transparent films of polypropylene: glossy with a shiny effect, matt with a satin effect or film with a fabric texture effect. Films suitable for food packaging.
  • opaque films both metal (gold, silver and bronze) and coloured.
  • acetate cellulose films and PVC

SUMMARY SHEET

7 lamination plants for biaxially oriented polypropylene films: glossy, matt or for special effects, single sheet or reel to reel.

MINIMUM paper size 250mm x 350mm
MAXIMUM paper size 1200 x 1600

  • GLOSSY PLASTICIZATION
  • MATT/COATED PLASTICIZATION
  • PLASTICIZATION WITH TEXTURED FILMS
  • PLASTICIZATION WITH DRY FILMS GLOSSY OR COATED
  • WINDOW LAMINATION
  • EMBOSSED FILMS 30 MCR
  • LAMINATION WITH METAL FILMS SILVER AND BRONZE
  • LAMINATION WITH OPAQUE COLOURED FILMS