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CATALOGUE OF APPLICATIONS

LABELS 07/2020 | Rev. 01

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CATA LO G U E O F L A B E LS

TPY.PSL Polo Plain Transparent Self-adhesive labels TBP.PSL Polo Opaque Opaque White Self-adhesive labels TWO.PSL Polo Opaque White White / White

TSY TPY TBM TMS TBP.RLB

Polo Seal Polo Plain Polo Metal Polo Metal Polo Opaque

TBP.IML TPY.IML TSB.IML

Polo Opaque Branco Opaco In Mould Label Transparent In Mould Label Polo Plain Transparent In Mould Label Polo Seal

TPY

Polo Plain

TBP.PSL

Transparent Transparent Metallized Metallized Opaque White

Transparent

Reel-Fed , Wrap-around Roll Labels

Cut & Stack, Wraparound Roll Labels Polo Opaque Opaque White Magazine Labels


CATA LO G U E O F L A B E LS

TPY.PSL Transparent BOPP Film. Non heat-sealable. Surface treatment for labels and stickers.

MAIN CHARACTERISTICS Non heat-sealable film; Internal and/or external surface treatment; Excellent optical properties (gloss and transparency); Optimal performance in flexographic printers and rotogravure printing.

MOST COMMON APPLICATIONS Self-adhesive labels and tags (Pressure-Sensitive Labeling).

STORAGE CONDITIONS All products are stored in dry, protected and clean environments, and are shipped under the same conditions in any mean of transportation. It is recommended that storage and transportation are carried out at a temperature of around 30° C and relative humidity of 60%. If the temperature is not at the recommended level, the following problems might occur: - Surface treatment level reduction which, at a later stage, might hinder printing and/or lamination; - Film transparency reduction; - Excessive CoF reduction, which might hinder processing and machinability. It is recommended that BOPP films are kept at operating room temperature for 24 hours before use.


TBP.PSL Opaque White BOPP Film. Surface treatment for printing and stickering. Pressure-Sensitive Labeling Application.

MAIN CHARACTERISTICS Heat-sealable starting from 112° C on the glossy surface; Internal and/or external surface treatment; A glossy surface, and a matte surface; High stiffness and low stretch; Cavitated film with high opacity; Optimal performance in flexographic printers, and in rotogravure, digital, ultraviolet and thermal transfer printing.

MOST COMMON APPLICATIONS Self-adhesive labels and tags (Pressure-Sensitive Labeling) Magazine Labels (WAL Cut & Stack); Decorative applications in general.

STORAGE CONDITIONS All products are stored in dry, protected and clean environments, and are shipped under the same conditions in any mean of transportation. It is recommended that storage and transportation are carried out at a temperature of around 30° C and relative humidity of 60%. If the temperature is not at the recommended level, the following problems might occur: - Surface treatment level reduction which, at a later stage, might hinder printing and/or lamination; - Film transparency reduction; - Excessive CoF reduction, which might hinder processing and machinability. It is recommended that BOPP films are kept at operating room temperature for 24 hours before use.


CATA LO G U E O F L A B E LS

TWO.PSL Opaque White BOPP Film. Surface treatment. Pressure-Sensitive Labeling Application.

MAIN CHARACTERISTICS Heat-sealable starting from 112° C on the glossy surface; Internal and external surface treatment; A high-gloss white surface, and a matte surface; High stiffness and low stretch; Cavitated film with high opacity; Optimal performance in flexographic printers, and in rotogravure, digital, ultraviolet and thermal transfer printing.

MOST COMMON APPLICATIONS Self-adhesive labels and tags (Pressure-Sensitive Labeling) ; Magazine Labels (WAL Cut & Stack); Decorative applications in general.

STORAGE CONDITIONS All products are stored in dry, protected and clean environments, and are shipped under the same conditions in any mean of transportation. It is recommended that storage and transportation are carried out at a temperature of around 30° C and relative humidity of 60%. If the temperature is not at the recommended level, the following problems might occur: - Surface treatment level reduction which, at a later stage, might hinder printing and/or lamination; - Film transparency reduction; - Excessive CoF reduction, which might hinder processing and machinability. It is recommended that BOPP films are kept at operating room temperature for 24 hours before use.


TSY Transparent BOPP Film. Heat-sealable. Surface treatment for printing and/or lamination.

MAIN CHARACTERISTICS Heat-sealable on both surfaces, starting from 105° C on the NT surface; Corona surface treatment on one side; Excellent optical properties (gloss and transparency); Optimal performance in vertical and horizontal packing machines;

MOST COMMON APPLICATIONS Flexible packaging for foods: biscuits, snacks, chocolates, cereal bars, and packaging for printed clusters; Flexible packaging for non-foods: monolayer or laminated options; Continuous labels, laminated or monolayer options, WAL Roll Fed type.

STORAGE CONDITIONS All products are stored in dry, protected and clean environments, and are shipped under the same conditions in any mean of transportation. It is recommended that storage and transportation are carried out at a temperature of around 30° C and relative humidity of 60%. If the temperature is not at the recommended level, the following problems might occur: - Surface treatment level reduction which, at a later stage, might hinder printing and/or lamination; - Film transparency reduction; - Excessive CoF reduction, which might hinder processing and machinability. It is recommended that BOPP films are kept at operating room temperature for 24 hours before use.


CATA LO G U E O F L A B E LS

TPY Transparent BOPP Film. Non heat-sealable. Surface treatment for printing and/or lamination.

MAIN CHARACTERISTICS Non heat-sealable film; Internal and/or external surface treatment; Excellent optical properties (gloss and transparency); Optimal performance in horizontal or vertical filling machines; Medium thermal resistance.

MOST COMMON APPLICATIONS Flexible packaging for foods: doughs, coffees, chocolate products, dried soups, nutritional powders; Flexible packaging for non-foods: pet food; paperboard lamination and graphics applications in general; Continuous labels (WAL Roll Fed), laminated or monolayer options, and Magazine Labels (WAL Cut & Stack); Designed for HFFS - Horizontal Form Fill Seal and VFFS - Vertical Form Fill Seal filling processes.

STORAGE CONDITIONS All products are stored in dry, protected and clean environments, and are shipped under the same conditions in any mean of transportation. It is recommended that storage and transportation are carried out at a temperature of around 30° C and relative humidity of 60%. If the temperature is not at the recommended level, the following problems might occur: - Surface treatment level reduction which, at a later stage, might hinder printing and/or lamination; - Film transparency reduction; - Excessive CoF reduction, which might hinder processing and machinability. It is recommended that BOPP films are kept at operating room temperature for 24 hours before use.


TBM Metallized Opaque White BOPP Film Heat-sealable Surface suitable for printing

MAIN CHARACTERISTICS Heat-sealable starting from 105° C on the non-metallized surface; Metallized surface suitable for printing; High stiffness and low stretch; Metallized cavitated film with very high opacity; Excellent performance in high-speed labeling machines.

MOST COMMON APPLICATIONS Continuous labels (WAL Roll Fed), laminated or monolayer options; Decorative applications in general.

STORAGE CONDITIONS All products are stored in dry, protected and clean environments, and are shipped under the same conditions in any mean of transportation. It is recommended that storage and transportation are carried out at a temperature of around 30° C and relative humidity of 60%. If the temperature is not at the recommended level, the following problems might occur: - Surface treatment level reduction which, at a later stage, might hinder printing and/or lamination; - Film transparency reduction; - Excessive CoF reduction, which might hinder processing and machinability. It is recommended that BOPP films are kept at operating room temperature for 24 hours before use.


CATA LO G U E O F L A B E LS

TMS Metallized BOPP Film. Heat-sealable. Medium Barrier.

MAIN CHARACTERISTICS Heat-sealable starting from 105° C on the non-metallized surface; Medium Barrier to water vapor; Excellent barrier to light; Optimal performance in vertical and horizontal packing machines.

MOST COMMON APPLICATIONS Flexible packaging for foods: biscuits, snacks, chocolates, ice creams, cereal bars; Flexible packaging for non-foods: decorative applications in general Continuous labels, laminated or monolayer options, WAL Roll Fed and magazine labels - WAL Cut & Stack.

STORAGE CONDITIONS All products are stored in dry, protected and clean environments, and are shipped under the same conditions in any mean of transportation. It is recommended that storage and transportation are carried out at a temperature of around 30° C and relative humidity of 60%. If the temperature is not at the recommended level, the following problems might occur: - Surface treatment level reduction which, at a later stage, might hinder printing and/or lamination; - Film transparency reduction; - Excessive CoF reduction, which might hinder processing and machinability. It is recommended that BOPP films are kept at operating room temperature for 24 hours before use.


TBP.RLB Opaque White BOPP Film. Heat-sealable. Surface treatment for printing and/or lamination.

MAIN CHARACTERISTICS Corona surface treatment on one side; High gloss on both surfaces; High stiffness and low stretch; Cavitated film with high opacity; Excellent performance in very-high-speed labeling machines.

MOST COMMON APPLICATIONS Roll-label type labels; Decorative applications in general.

STORAGE CONDITIONS All products are stored in dry, protected and clean environments, and are shipped under the same conditions in any mean of transportation. It is recommended that storage and transportation are carried out at a temperature of around 30° C and relative humidity of 60%. If the temperature is not at the recommended level, the following problems might occur: - Surface treatment level reduction which, at a later stage, might hinder printing and/or lamination; - Film transparency reduction; - Excessive CoF reduction, which might hinder processing and machinability. It is recommended that BOPP films are kept at operating room temperature for 24 hours before use.


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TBP.IML Opaque White BOPP Film. Surface treatment for printing. In Mold Label - IML Application.

MAIN CHARACTERISTICS Corona surface treatment on the glossy surface and blaze treatment on the matte surface; A glossy surface, and a matte surface; High stiffness and low stretch; Cavitated film with high opacity; Optimal performance in flexographic printers, and in rotogravure, digital, UV and thermal transfer printing.

MOST COMMON APPLICATIONS IML (In Mold Label) type labels for decorative applications in general.

STORAGE CONDITIONS All products are stored in dry, protected and clean environments, and are shipped under the same conditions in any mean of transportation. It is recommended that storage and transportation are carried out at a temperature of around 30° C and relative humidity of 60%. If the temperature is not at the recommended level, the following problems might occur: - Surface treatment level reduction which, at a later stage, might hinder printing and/or lamination; - Film transparency reduction; - Excessive CoF reduction, which might hinder processing and machinability. It is recommended that BOPP films are kept at operating room temperature for 24 hours before use.


TPY.IML Transparent BOPP Film. Non heat-sealable. Surface treatment for printing and/or lamination.

MAIN CHARACTERISTICS Non heat-sealable film; Internal and external surface treatment; Excellent optical properties (gloss and transparency); Optimal performance in flexographic printers and rotogravure printing.

MOST COMMON APPLICATIONS In Mold Label - IML Labels.

STORAGE CONDITIONS All products are stored in dry, protected and clean environments, and are shipped under the same conditions in any mean of transportation. It is recommended that storage and transportation are carried out at a temperature of around 30° C and relative humidity of 60%. If the temperature is not at the recommended level, the following problems might occur: - Surface treatment level reduction which, at a later stage, might hinder printing and/or lamination; - Film transparency reduction; - Excessive CoF reduction, which might hinder processing and machinability. It is recommended that BOPP films are kept at operating room temperature for 24 hours before use.


CATA LO G U E O F L A B E LS

TSB.IML Transparent BOPP Film. Heat-sealable. Surface treatment for printing and/or lamination. In Mold Label - IML Application.

MAIN CHARACTERISTICS Heat-sealable starting from 105° C on the untreated surface; Internal and external surface treatment; Excellent optical properties (gloss and transparency).

MOST COMMON APPLICATIONS In Mold Label - IML Labels.

STORAGE CONDITIONS All products are stored in dry, protected and clean environments, and are shipped under the same conditions in any mean of transportation. It is recommended that storage and transportation are carried out at a temperature of around 30° C and relative humidity of 60%. If the temperature is not at the recommended level, the following problems might occur: - Surface treatment level reduction which, at a later stage, might hinder printing and/or lamination; - Film transparency reduction; - Excessive CoF reduction, which might hinder processing and machinability. It is recommended that BOPP films are kept at operating room temperature for 24 hours before use.


TPY Transparent BOPP Film. Non heat-sealable. Surface treatment for printing and/or lamination.

MAIN CHARACTERISTICS Transparent Non-Sealable Film Corona surface treatment on one side; Excellent optical properties (gloss and transparency); Optimal performance in packing machines; Medium thermal resistance.

MOST COMMON APPLICATIONS Flexible packaging for foods: doughs, coffees, chocolate products, dried soups, nutritional powders; Flexible packaging for non-foods: pet food; paperboard lamination and graphics applications in general. Continuous labels, laminated or monolayer options, WAL Roll Fed and magazine labels - WAL Cut & Stack.

STORAGE CONDITIONS All products are stored in dry, protected and clean environments, and are shipped under the same conditions in any mean of transportation. It is recommended that storage and transportation are carried out at a temperature of around 30° C and relative humidity of 60%. If the temperature is not at the recommended level, the following problems might occur: - Surface treatment level reduction which, at a later stage, might hinder printing and/or lamination; - Film transparency reduction; - Excessive CoF reduction, which might hinder processing and machinability. It is recommended that BOPP films are kept at operating room temperature for 24 hours before use.


CATA LO G U E O F L A B E LS

TBP.PSL Opaque White BOPP Film. Surface treatment for printing and stickering. Pressure-Sensitive Labeling Application.

MAIN CHARACTERISTICS Corona surface treatment on the glossy surface and blaze treatment on the matte surface; A glossy surface, and a matte surface; High stiffness and low stretch; Cavitated film with high opacity; Optimal performance in flexographic printers, and in rotogravure, digital, UV and thermal transfer printing;

MOST COMMON APPLICATIONS Labels and self-adhesive tags (Pressure-Sensitive Labeling) Decorative applications in general.

STORAGE CONDITIONS All products are stored in dry, protected and clean environments, and are shipped under the same conditions in any mean of transportation. It is recommended that storage and transportation are carried out at a temperature of around 30° C and relative humidity of 60%. If the temperature is not at the recommended level, the following problems might occur: - Surface treatment level reduction which, at a later stage, might hinder printing and/or lamination; - Film transparency reduction; - Excessive CoF reduction, which might hinder processing and machinability. It is recommended that BOPP films are kept at operating room temperature for 24 hours before use.


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