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acpo expands line of UL overlaminates

June 12, 2012

Coated with a clear emulsion acrylic adhesive, these polyester films are available in both clear and matte finishes for multiple end use applications.

Self-wound overlaminate manufacturer, acpo ltd., has introduced its expanded line of UL listed overlaminates. Coated with a clear emulsion acrylic adhesive, these polyester films are available in both clear and matte finishes for multiple end use applications. These products have been tested to UL Specification 969 – Marking and Labeling Systems, file number MH18515.

Product 692 provides an optically clear, glossy appearance while product 631 offers a soft, matte low glare finish. To meet variable data needs, 631T and 692T are thermal transfer and hot stamp printable as well as Videojet compatible. When superior UV protection is needed to reduce color fading of indoor and outdoor labels, product 691V is available with a glossy finish. For end uses requiring optimal clarity and thermal transfer capability, product N6101N is a polyester on a clear polyester release liner. This PS laminate also presents a smooth unwind for better tension control.

Located in Oak Harbor, OH, USA, acpo ltd. is an ISO 9001:2008 certified company, solely devoted to manufacturing pressure sensitive roll label films for the label printing and flexible packaging industries. Their state-of-the art 125,000 square foot manufacturing facility utilizes the latest coating and converting technology. Committed to continuous improvement and innovation, acpo ltd. welcomes the opportunity to discuss customized product development. The company's Sales and Customer Service Team can be reached at 800-793-TAPE (8273).
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