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How to use PVC shrink film?

How to use PVC shrink film?

2021-01-11

How to use PVC shrink film?

The transverse shrinkage rate is 48%~53%, and the longitudinal shrinkage rate is about -1%~3%. The shrinkage temperature is 90~120 degrees Celsius.

Currently, the shrink sleeve labels are used on on various beverage bottles such as green tea and Nutrition Express on the market. Used in all kinds of printing, digital printing, business card design, self-adhesive printing, self-adhesive color printing, photo/inkjet/mounting, engineering drawing processing, engineering drawing printing, engineering drawing printing, KT board design, outdoor advertising, recipes , Menu design, menu glue, high-end recipe binding, all kinds of book binding, all kinds of binding methods, color page design, leaflet design and printing, mass copying, receipt printing, etc., 


PVC is generally divided into hard and soft If the amount of plasticizer is less than 20%, it is hard. If your toughness is not good, you can add more plasticizer and pit impact mbs.

The main body is polyvinyl chloride resin, and there are some additives that must be added to produce PVC, such as stabilizers, lubricants, impact modifiers and plasticizers.

PVC heat shrinkable film is widely used in our dailylife. The PVC heat-shrinkable film is made of ethylene PVC resin mixed with more than ten kinds of auxiliary materials and then inflated twice. Its use method is to calculate the circumference according to the size of the covered material, and convert it to the folding diameter (folding diameter=1/2 Circumference), and then appropriately enlarge the folding diameter. According to the specifications of our products, choose the appropriate PVC heat shrinkable film and PVC heat shrinkable sleeve film. Put the casing film on the package, and at a temperature of 100℃-160℃, after 6-10 seconds (the actual temperature of the casing film is 86℃, and the temperature of the package is less than 10℃) .




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