Miscellaneous Film

Paintable Film is used for automotive masking.
Miscellaneous Film

Paintable Film is used for automotive masking.

Overspray Protective Sheeting covers vehicle in preparation for painting. It can be cut away and taped to expose area to be painted without need for masking paper around critical edge. Paintable, tear-resistant, protective sheeting is available in 3 widths. High-density -½-mil polyethylene film can be dispensed horizontally or vertically using protective sheeting masker.

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Miscellaneous Film

Encasement Service is offered for pressure-sensing films.

Encasing Service for Tactical Pressure Sensor Film enables its use in environments with high-moisture content, oil, solvents, and other contaminants. PressurexÂ-® TPSF enables measurement of contact pressure from 2-3,037 kg/cmÂ-². Long strips of TPSF can be encased, for use in nip roller contact tests in large flexo, converting, or packaging applications.

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Adhesive Film suits automotive assembly applications.
Miscellaneous Film

Adhesive Film suits automotive assembly applications.

DublfilmÂ-® S812A is a thin polyester film coated on both sides with high-tack, high-peel acrylic pressure-sensitive adhesive. Adhesive offers resistance to environmental extremes, and polyester film carrier provides dimensional stability. DublfilmÂ-® S812A bonds well to ether and ester foams, as well as low surface energy plastics including untreated polyolefins.

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Transfer Film can be die cut and laminated.
Miscellaneous Film

Transfer Film can be die cut and laminated.

UnifilmÂ-® U666 is a 1.5 mil acrylic adhesive transfer film formulated with UV stabilizer. Moisture-stable, poly-coated liner prevents wrinkles and allows smooth application. Film is suited for labels and stickers that are adhered to glass and regularly exposed to sunlight, such as parking permits, inspection stickers, and decals.

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Adhesive Film conforms to curved areas of body.
Miscellaneous Film

Adhesive Film conforms to curved areas of body.

BioflexÂ-® Rx268S consists of medical-grade polyethylene film, double-coated with acrylic pressure-sensitive adhesive which adheres to skin, yet removes without causing skin trauma. Film is supplied on white densified kraft release liner that allows die cutting. BioflexÂ-® Rx268S is suited for attaching medical devices to skin and for surgical drape fabrication.

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Miscellaneous Film

Adhesive Film suits direct skin application.

BioflexÂ-® Rx607P consists of matte polyethylene film, single-coated with medical-grade, acrylic pressure-sensitive adhesive. It provides conformability for curved areas of body, making is suited for attaching electrodes and other medical devices to skin. Tape is supplied on 61 lb polycoated release liner.

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Miscellaneous Film

Medical-Grade Film is designed for direct skin contact.

Pressure-sensitive MedifixÂ-® 6016/868 consists of soft, conformable, 0.4 mm, transparent polyurethane film coated on one side with medical-grade acrylic adhesive. Product, supplied on 80 gsm white glassine release liner, can also be provided with or without polyethylene delivery film. Applications include wound and IV care, consumer dressings, and cutaneous attachment of medical devices.

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Adhesive Film is suited for bonding, splicing and assembly.
Miscellaneous Film

Adhesive Film is suited for bonding, splicing and assembly.

DublfilmÂ-® S920 is made up of conformable clear UPVC film, double-coated with high-tack, high-peel acrylic adhesive. Pressure-sensitive adhesive film resists environmental extremes, adheres to ether and ester foams, and bonds to rough and porous surfaces. Supplied on 60 lb release liner, product is suited for bonding and splicing applications, general product assembly, and lamination to EPDM...

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Locon Sensors Withstand Extreme Temperatures

Locon Sensor Systems offer robust sensor solutions for even the most severe environmental conditions. Their line of high-temp inductive sensors and their cylindrical photoelectric series can operate in temperatures up to 250 degrees Celsius. See our video to learn more.

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