Pregis Film Protects Fingerprint-Resistant, Easily-Damaged Surfaces
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Pregis LLC’s PolyMask 23107C is a temporary surface-protection film specifically designed for fingerprint-resistant or specialty-coated finishes that show damage or imperfections easily.
Pregis LLC’s PolyMask 23107C is a temporary surface-protection film specifically designed for fingerprint-resistant or specialty-coated finishes that show damage or imperfections easily, including plastic and painted metal surfaces with light matte, high-gloss or brushed finishes.
Coated onto linear low-density polyethylene film, the adhesive offers the characteristics of both emulsion-based acrylic and solvent-based rubber chemistry, producing a material with smooth initial tack and high cohesive strength to resist micro-transfer to the substrate.
According to the company, during development, the film was subjected to a range of environmental testing, and even after months of heat aging, the water-based adhesive chemistry could be removed easily without leaving residue. The film is available in a variety of widths and thicknesses.
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