PE protective flim TR-60L

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Total Thickness (adhesives + carrier): 60+10%micron
Colour: Blue
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:How to prevent the protective film from damage and the stainless steel from marks when drawing the steel?
The surface quality of drawing dies of stainless steel is highly required. Rough surface can decrease friction and increase the property of adhesive resistance. Therefore, after the grinding processing, the more important work is to remove the processing marks left on the drawing dies. However, few people know the importance of the grinding and polishing processes when making dies. Throughout the whole process, the proportion of grinding and polishing processes should reach one third because the appearance quality of stainless steel products,to a large extent, is determined by the grinding and polishing techniques of making dies. The rougher the surface of dies is, the less it needs re-grinding. And the life of the dies also extends accordingly. If the surface of dies is not well grinded and polished, the marks on the drawn products will be clear. Although there's something to do with the fact that drawing stainless steel can easily cause seizing tumour, too. And to polish these marks takes time and the result is not good. Thus we should pay more attention to the grinding and polishing processes. Only when the surface processing precision of dies improves, can the marks decrease and the life of dies extend. In recent years, various new polishing techniques and polishing tools have arised at home. New processes and equipments such as ultrasonic polishing, electropolishing, abrasive jet and extrusion honing have been developed.
Q:What are the main components of PE protective film?
The main components of PE protective film are polyethylene thin film and acrylic glue. Basically, it does not contain substances that are harmful to human body after the production is done. Of cource, the premise is that it's properly used.
Q:What's anti-blue-ray film used for?
It has function of anti-ultraviolet-rays that can reflect visible light of harmful rays of 380nm-420nm and short wave blue ray. It's 100% anti-ultraviolet-rays of UV400. It can protect the eyes in particular.
Q:How to get rid of the aging protective film on stainless steel?
Apply some rosin water at first. And then wipe it off with toilet paper or dry cloth.
Q:How to clean up the protective film on the stainless steel door! ! !
Many people have the same question. The protective film on the stainless steel door is difficult to remove after using fot a long time. Does it work to heat the film with electric hair drier? Is there any other ways? The answer is yes. There are many other ways: 1. If the film is not too big, you can apply some lacquer thinner to it and then scrub it with cleaning ball. 2. Detergent used in textile industry will work (Bottled such detergent is called AL). I've tried it. It really works well. 3. Use sulfuric acid. But you should mix it with water before use, otherwise the door will corrode. Immerge the door into the mixed sulfuric acid for a period of time and scrub it with cleaning ball. 4. Firstly, use electric hair drier to heat the film. And then slowly tear it off or scratch it off using small wooden shovel. The marks left by glue can be wiped off with solvent.
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 kind of protective film is suitable for stainless steel products?
Q:Is there any protective film for computer screen that can protect the eyes ?
Using some green wallpapers which are more eye protective.
Q:What kind of glue is used in PE protective film ?
Both factice and glue are ok. It depends on what product you will use it on.
Q:What are the functions of pure gum protective film?
Insulation function.

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