Uflex launches direct UV offset printable polyester film

Date: 05-12-2016

Uflex, India’s largest multinational flexible packaging materials and Solution Company has launched direct UV offset printable polyester film. The company has engineered a speciality polyester film F-UVC film which is suitable for direct UV offset printing without requiring any primer/ treatment. The film is available in both bare transparent and metalized variants, where the un-metalized side is used for UV offset printing and UV curing.

The metalized polyester film i.e. FLEXMETPROTECT (F-UVC-M) is available in optical density ranging from 1.4 to 2.2. The wide range of optical densities gives choice to customer to use the product for diverse range of applications. The metal bond between the metal and the film is 130-180 gms/25mm.

Uflex is India’s largest end-to-end flexible packaging company and an emerging global player. The company today has state-of-the-art packaging facilities at multiple locations in India and has packaging film manufacturing facilities in India, UAE, Mexico Egypt, Poland and USA.



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