Packaging and labeling film solutions providers Cosmo Films will showcase its speciality pressure sensitive adhesive (PSA) labeling products at the upcoming Labelexpo Europe 2017. The speciality portfolio would include specialized films for PS self-adhesive labeling as well as direct thermal printable top coated films and universal printable synthetic paper for labeling applications.
Universal Printable Coated BOPP Label Facestock films are available in transparent, white and metalized varieties (both coated and uncoated options). The films are compatible with UV, water based and solvent based ink systems and deliver spectacular print performance across wide variety of printing processes which include flexography, gravure, letterpress, offset, screen, thermal transfer and HP Indigo digital. The films also offer high stiffness for conversion and dispensing.
Another product on display will be recently launched Direct Thermal Printable films. These can be used for all information, track & trace labeling applications. The product is water and solvent resistant, has matte paper like appearance and can endure temperature range of -20 to 70 degrees. The product is available in 60,75, 87 and 100 microns.
Universal Printable Synthetic paper is a white opaque polypropylene based film which resembles paper in appearance. The film is printable with most available printing technologies which include wet & UV offset, wet & UV flexo, letterpress, screen, thermal transfer and most of the digital toner technologies. It is a replacement of paper in applications where durability and longevity is desired. It is non-tearable, has moisture & chemical resistance and excellent lay flatness. The versatility of synthetic paper is reflected in the vast number of applications where it can be used which includes labeling in retail environment, outdoors as well. The product is available both in sheet and rolls format from 75 to 430 microns.
Other products on display will be Label over Lamination films and Standard over Lamination films.
Cosmo Films will be at Hall 3, Stand C70.