At the Brussels-based LabelExpo from 29th September to 2nd October 2015, Hanita Coatings will be presenting an innovative range of high performance facefilms. Hanita, a leading supplier of topcoated polyester face material to the labelstock industry, is focusing on added-value films enhancing the innovative and functional properties of labels. High durability, flame retardancy, anti-microbial and high-economy coatings are just some of the special features of labelface films being introduced at this year's show.
Hanita's new high durability films include white PET labelface specifically developed to resist the high temperatures of the vulcanization process in the tyre manufacture industry, now available in 100 and 125 micron with a topcoat developed to enable printing by UV inkjet. A new generation of thin, Halogen-free printable Flame Retardant PET facestock with exceptional lay-flat is also being shown, alongside a new matte white 50 micron film with antistatic properties developed specifically for drum labeling, enabling speedy and trouble free printing by thermal transfer and laser.
Also on show is a portfolio of security solutions, including Halogen-free white tamper evident film developed to comply with the new non-Halogenic regulations affecting the electronics industry, and a novel range of economic Laser Etch films ablatable by ND YAG and CO2 lasers, targeting the automotive and military label sectors.
Find out more at Stand 4C64.
Hanita Coatings RCA Ltd is a leading provider of engineered films and laminates. Founded in 1983, and situated in Kibbutz Hanita, Israel, Hanita Coatings' filmic products traditionally service the label and print industry, the appliance market and the field of glass security. Hanita's engineered films increasingly support the clean tech sector, with energy efficient solar control window films to upgrade the performance of glazing, photovoltaic backsheets to protect and enhance PV modules, and high performance vacuum insulation laminates used in the insulation of buildings and appliances.