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  • 22 Sep 2010

Iimak introduces direct thermal polypropylene film

 

Iimak, a manufacturer of printing consumables, has introduced TF160 direct thermal film. The ultra thin polypropylene construction is claimed to offer ‘excellent’ moisture resistance and ‘higher durability’ tear resistance. TF160 can be converted into direct thermal labels for shelf labeling, general home and office labeling, wristbands, and frozen food/meat packing.

At 1.8 mil, TF160 is claimed to be the thinnest white direct thermal film currently available. Its lightweight design provides additional material on each roll so end users can print longer before changing the media. Higher yields mean less downtime and higher productivity, especially important in mobile and desktop printing applications.

The TF160 is available to converters in both pressure sensitive and non pressure sensitive master rolls.

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