Pulp-based film

Published March 19, 2007
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Pulp-based film
Hutchison Miller Sales
New Britain PA USA
Hutchison Miller Sales has introduced Clairifoil, a pulp-based film said to combine the ease of use of paper and the durability and other performance qualities that have made film an increasingly popular substrate for converting applications. The cellulose acetate film can be used for pressure sensitive labels and tapes, carton windows and print lamination. Because it is pulp-based and doesn’t use petroleum, Clairifoil is odorless and FDA approved for food contact. The company says it offers excellent processing characteristics such as diecutting and high speed dispensing with good compatibility with both water-based and solvent-based adhesives. It offers tamper evident capabilities such as holograms, logos and taggants.
800-489-6586, 215-345-1824

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