What are the differences between protective films?
Posted by Admin | 08 Apr
1.PE protective film: high pressure polyethylene, widely used in the protective film manufacturing industry, its main characteristics are: cheap, soft, good ductility, zero pollution for environmental protection, generally this type of products are based on the European Community ROHS Air pollution detection. Defects: poor weather resistance, such raw materials are not suitable for application at high temperatures, generally within 60 degrees.
2. PVC protective film: polyethylene, its characteristics are: good flexibility, good weather resistance (SPVC); defects: no environmental protection, so there are very few products that are effective in this type of material among many international well-known brands. Products such as PVC protective film are mainly used for anti-static maintenance, and also have a wooden audio surface.
3. PET protective film: polyester, its main features: good weather resistance, high temperature resistance of 100-150 degrees, good strength, leveling; defects: can not be used on products with viewing angles or corners. The key is to cut with the lower membrane.
4.PP protective film: The full name of PP is polypropylene, which is formed by pe. The PP protective film is made of BOPP (double drawn polypropylene plastic film) as a sheet, single and double-sided acrylic glue series products.