Stickler Promatac White WG62

Stickler Promatac White is a cadmium free, monomeric PVC film. Produced with a high white gloss surface for excellent colour reproduction in both single and four-colour printing. Specially suitable for labels for external use which need to be highly resistant to the weather and chemical agents.

    Face Material

    Properties

    Test Method

    Result

    Grammage

    ISO 536

    110 ± 5 g/m2

    Caliper

    ISO 534

    80 microns

    Gloss 70° (%)

    TAPPI T480

    >65

    Breaking %

    ISO 1924

    >200


    Adhesive: 

    AP940 Permanent acrylic

    Permanent acrylic adhesive. High tack and excellent adhesion on a wide variety of materials, including non-comparable substrates (like PP and PE). Good ageing resistance to heat and sunlight with usage on slight rough textured surfaces. This adhesive complies with FDA 175.105


    Laminate: 

    Properties

    Result

    Laminate shelf life

    24 months stored at 20°C and 50% RH

    Typical laminate caliper

    171 microns

    This technical specification includes our experience and know-how regards the following:

    a)     The composition of our products.

    b)     Their generic adhesive qualities normalised by means of the ISO procedure and regarding the international rule Finat generally accepted in this sector.

    Any reference to final use is subjected to our good knowledge and opinion and does not imply specific irrevocable guarantees for final use in end product labelling and packaging.  Over and above these standards the product user is responsible for assessing, testing and ensuring the specific scope of the label in certain applications by means of prior generic official approval.

    WG62 One side siliconized glassine.

    Properties

    Test Method

    Result

    Grammage

    ISO 536

    62 ± 10% gsm

    Caliper

    ISO 534

    55 ± 10% microns

    Transparency

    DIN53 147-164

    > 45%

    Stickler Promatac White can be printed with a variety of print techniques from letterpress, flexo, offset and screen printing.

    It is recommended to let printed graphics cure effectively for a full 72 hours before lamination and applying. This will help prevent edge-curling once it is applied. For graphics that are die-cut, it is recommended to leave 5mm of unprinted media all the way around the edge.

    All statements, technical information and recommendation are based on tests we believe to be reliable, but the accuracy or completeness thereof is not guaranteed, and the following is made in lieu of all warranties of merchantability and fitness for the purpose: Sellers and manufacturer’s only obligation shall be to replace such quantity of the product proved to be defective. Before using, user shall determine the suitability of the product for its intended use, and user assumes all risk and liability whatsoever in connection therewith.