PE protective flim TR-60

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Total Thickness (adhesives + carrier): 60+10%micron
Colour: clear
Density 0.95g /cm3
Tensile Strength (Long): >10Mpa
Tensile Strength (Trasv):   >8Mpa
Adhesion (to stainless steel):100g/25mm
Elongation at break-MD:  >200%
Elogation at break-CD: > 350%  
Static Shear 23 DC: >48 hours
Storage: 35 DC
Humidity: 80%
Shelf: 6 months

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Q:What kind of protective film is suitable for stoving varnished product?
Stoving varnish is a kind of high-light product. It can be covered with static film of low adhesion. We have specific protective films for specific stoving varnished, high-light and plastic products.
Q:How to remove the protective films on ceramic tiles?
There are three types of protective film used on ceramic tiles: The first one is plastic thin film which can be slowly torn by hands or gently rubbed off with steel wool; The second is anti-fouling protective film which can be wipe off using towel with white cement; The third is wax protective film which can be wipe off with dry towel with electric diluent, lacquer thinner, talcum powder or white cement.
Q:What does thickness C of the base material of protective film stand for?
It's just a terminology about thickness in industry. 5 c = 50 um = 0.05 mm.
Q:Is it okay not to tear off the protective film on the mirror stainless steel during laser cutting? How about the effect?
If it's ordinary film, it can be torn off. And you need to coat the stainless steel with specific laser film. At present, most stainless steels are covered with ordinary films. But if you need to do the laser cutting processing, you'd better require the manufacturer to use specific laser film when you buy the plates. Generally, laser film is thicker. And it's not easy to wear out. Apart from that, it won't be blown away during cutting. It protect the stainless steel all the way.
Q:How to clean the glue marks left by the protective film on the stainless steel plate of the light in the living room?
You can use alcohol or specific adhesion remover to clean them. !
Q:What are the differences between PE protective film, PET protective film and PVC protective film?
PE refers to polyethylene. It's commonly used in protective films, featuring low price, softness, excellent ductility and environmental friendliness. Generally speaking, products made from this kind of material must pass the ROHS environmental pollution tests stipulated by European Union. Its disadvantage is poor whether resistance. It's not suitable to be used at temperature more than 60℃. PVC refers to polyvinyl chloride. Its features are good softness and whether resistance. And its disadvantage is non-environmental-friendly. Thus many big international brands rarely use this kind of material. Products made from this kind of material are mainly used for anti-static protection or as the surface of wooden stereo. PET refers to polyester. Its major property is good whether resistance which makes it resistant to high temperature of 100℃ to 150℃, hardness and flatness. And its disadvantage is that it can't be used on angular products.It's mainly used in die cutting.
Q:What are the genaral standards of protective film teat?
There are only some general conventions in the industry. No national standards at present.
Q:What's the different between stretch film and protective film?
Sretch film is self-adhesive. And the surface of protective film is coated with a layer of glue. Stretch film is similar to the preservative film we often use. But stretch film is used in industry. Preservative film is used on foodstuff. Protective film is used on the screen of mobile phone. I don't know whether I made it clear.
Q:Does it matter if the protecive film on the cooling fin of air conditioning is washed off?
If the film is coated on the surface, that's hydrophilic film, used to strengthen the refrigerating effect. If it's removed when it should not be removed, then it will affect the refrigerating effect of the air conditioning. If there's a liite part of the film is washed off, it doesn't matter. But the fin is put closely to each other. You should remove the film one by one. Is the fin put closely to each other?
Q:What are the differences between a LCD protective film for laptop and a protective film for mobile phone ?
The functions of a laptop LCD protective film: 1. Ordinary films: Ordinary films only protect the screen from dust and scratch. This kind of films is commonly used and classified into two types--scratch-resistant(a bit more expensive) and non-scratch-resistant. 2. Functional films: this kind of films has better properties of scratch-resistant properties that can be classified into: A. Anti-reflection films, preventing the reflection of light on the screen, work well on some glossy display. Correspondingly they are more expensive than ordinary ones. B. Anti-ultraviolet-radiation films, protecting your eyes, have different technical content. This type of films is colored film --purple or green. But there's no need to mind the color because it's actually transparent when it cover the screen. The color a41 won't show up. And it won't affect the color displayed on the screen. C. Privacy-protective films. After coated with this kind of films, only looking at the screen head-on, or from no more than 30 degrees to sides, people can see the content shown on it clearly. And this kind of films is the most expensive among all.

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