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HERMA PP Inkjet Label Film Is Tough

FILDERSTADT, GERMANY | HERMA offers self-adhesive PP inkjet label film (grade 821), which is seawater-resistant according to BS-5609 (section 2). Company’s adhesive 63B, the standard solution, is also said to be very resistant, for example, to various chemicals. 

Company says the aggressive behavior of the adhesive makes it well suited for critical surfaces such as rough plastic or painted metal containers, even if they are cool and damp. The new PP inkjet film is designed so the color ink dries very quickly—even when multiple colors are overprinted, as is the case with graphic motifs, and the film is characterized by its scratch resistance.

The labels can be produced in very small runs for demanding chemical, electrical engineering and automotive applications.

"Label printers and users can now easily cover their chemical, electrical, engineering, and automotive applications with the new HERMA PP inkjet film in combination with new pigment inks, which are becoming more widespread in this area," says sales director Ralf Drache.


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