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7 Years UV Blocking Clear Overlaminate for Labels by Flexcon

Published on 2016-09-27. Author : SpecialChem

Spencer, Mass – FLEXcon has announced the availability of DURApro™ OF 120 Clear overlaminate for end-use applications such as compliance labels, nameplates, power tools, electronics, automotive, medical devices and more.

Clear Overlaminate for Compliance Labels


Benefits of DURApro™ of 120

  • UV blocking (up to seven years),
  • Anti-graffiti and chemical resistance
  • Protection from moisture, scratching and dirt

Properties of DURApro™ of 120

  • It is a 1.2 mil clear fluoropolymer (PVDF) film coated with a versatile, permanent clear acrylic adhesive and backed with a 42 lb. one-side poly coated white Kraft release liner. 
  • In addition to being up to seven years UV resistant, it can withstand temperatures up to 180oF (82oC), and can be topcoated for use in printable applications.

“At FLEXcon, we are always looking to bring new solutions to market that meet our customer needs including stability for supply, while keeping costs down, and this product does just that,” said Ron Ducharme, Market Development Specialist, Product Identification Business Team, FLEXcon.

About FLEXcon

FLEXcon is an ISO 9001:2008 certified manufacturer of pressure-sensitive films and adhesives, headquartered in Spencer, Massachusetts. The company is an innovator in coating, laminating, and finishing of wide-web roll-to-roll polymeric materials, with expertise in graphics and label applications as well as bonding, barrier, optical, and electronics applications. FLEXcon is a family-owned, privately held company that offers industry-leading capabilities to produce one-of-a-kind custom film and adhesive products as well as the largest selection of standard off-the-shelf products.

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