Transparent PET Thermal Lamination Film Mini Rolls For Lecture Note
100 ~ 2220
100 ~ 4000
25.4mm(1 inch) / 76mm (3 inch)
38 Dyne/cm ≤ 42 Dyne/cm
90 ± 10°C
10 ~ 20Mpa
20 ~ 70M
Glossy PET Thermal Lamination Film has excellent clarity and
processability on a wide range of machinery. Its surface has some
certain level of scuff resistance and good stiffness, so it is
widely for a variety of printed packaging and media, such as wine
boxes, show trade display, photos and photo albums, etc. After
lamination, the film surface is suitable for spot UV and screen
22 micron PET thermal lamination film can be used to laminated on
the lefthand sides of blank lecture note sheets in order to protect
paper from damages or being tored. Blank lecture note sheets are
widely used in oversea high shcools and universities.
Why chooses NEI PET thermal lamination film?
1. Environmentally friendly
2. Safe operation
3. Excellent performance
4. Easy handling
5. High efficiency
6. Wide adaptability
7. The minimum width is 14mm, specially designed for lecture note
Why chooses NEI?
1. NEI has professional experience in film industry since 1995 so
we have good quality control and after-sale services to support
2. 10 yeas of export experience to many countries, including South
America, North America, Middle East, Asia, Africa, Oceania, etc. so
we have good reputation in these areas.
3. Compared with other thermal lamination film, our EVA glue is
100% imported from Korea and it ensures the adhesiveness of our
4. Customize size and thickness according to customer requests.
Labels can be customized as well.
5. Rapid production and delivery.
6. A wide range of thermal lamination film and special films.
1. NEI glossy PET thermal lamination film is suggested to be
laminated with the roller temperature range of 85 to 110°C and
roller pressure of 10 to 20 Mpa. However, the optimum conditions
are depending on the selected laminator’s speed and dimensional
2. It is advised that the printed surface is well dried before
lamination and cools sufficiently one surface before laminating to