|Place of Origin:||Jiangsu, China|
|Minimum Order Quantity:||Negotiation|
|Packaging Details:||Oppbag+Carton / Oppbag +Box+Carton.(or as customers' requirements)|
|Delivery Time:||10-30 days upon receipt of the deposit.(based on your order quantity)|
|Payment Terms:||T/T, L/C, D/P, Western Union|
|Supply Ability:||300 Tons per Month|
|Application:||Documents, Cards, Photos,Posters,etc||Processing Type:||Multiple Extrusion|
80/100 Mic Laminating Film Roll 1000mm Width With 76 mm Paper Core
Laminating film is made from PET film as substrate. Single piece of film is evenly coated with EVA and specially treated to form premium sheet packaging material.
Laminating Rolls to suit Hot Roll Laminators commonly used in Schools and Print shops. The most commonly used thickness is 80 Micron and the length of the rolls is usually 100 Metres. Laminating rolls come in a variety of widths ranging from 100mm wide up to over 1000mm. The most popular Laminating rolls are 790mm in Schools and 1000mm in Printshops and give a clear finish.
|Paper Core||1"(25.4mm) ,58mm,or 3"(76mm)|
|Length||50-1500m (any length as customers' requirements)|
|Width||100-1230mm (any width as customers' requirements)|
|Packing||Oppbag+Carton / Oppbag +Box+Carton.(or as customers' requirements)|
4. Which micron should I choose?
A micron (or Mic) is the term used to measure the thickness of the lamination sheet. The higher the micron the thicker the sheet, and so the more rigid the finish when laminated. We sell pouches from 60 to 250 Mic. Choose the one that best suits your needs, all of our pouches are good quality. How do I choose the right laminating pouch micron? We recommend the following:
5. Things to remember when ordering Laminating Rolls
Core Size – This is the inner diameter of the cardboard core of the Laminating Roll. It is usually 25mm,58mm and 76mm.
Width – This is the mm measurement to suit your roll laminator. For example an 800mm wide Roll Laminator would use 790mm wide Laminating Rolls.
Micron – This denotes the thickness of the Roll Laminating Film. For example 60micron gives a lightweight finish and 150micron gives a thicker laminate. The most popular weight used is 80 Micron.
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