Are any of our adhesive film products approved for direct food contact? No,they are not. Grafix stocks other types of film products that are, including acetate, specific brands and grades of polyester film, HDPE and polypropylene. Other types food-safe films are available as a custom order; larger production minimum order may apply.
Are PSA Duralar ™ films suitable for outdoor use? No. Our PSA Duralar films is not made to be used outside because when exposed to ultraviolet light or moisture, the adhesive will loose it’s tack and breakdown. If you need to put this material outside, it must be contained in something else that will keep … Read more
What is the heat resistance of our pressure sensitive adhesive (PSA) DuraLar TM films? PSA DuraLar is designed for use in environments below 65C/140F. At higher temperatures, the adhesive becomes soft and loses adhesion. At really high temperatures (above 150C), it begins to lose its orientation; it will become wavy and shrink. If you need … Read more
Is PSA Duralar™ archival? No. Pressure-sensitive adhesive (PSA) Duralar has a stick-and-stay adhesive coating on one side; it breaks the number one rule of archiving – material used for archiving can’t interfere with the materials it is supposed to protect. PSA DuraLar is pH neutral, and water clear, which makes it great for lamination and … Read more
DuraLar Adhesive Back Film is not designed to be printed specifically, By enlarge our DuraLar films are able to be screen printed. We recommend you contact your ink vendor for more information on printing on Polyester Film. This product is not designed for digital printing. For digital printing on Adhesive Backed Film, please check out … Read more