What is the heat resistance of polypropylene sheets?

What is the heat resistance of polypropylene sheets (PP)? Polypropylene starts to soften at 70C/1580F. The film will soften very evenly, which makes HDPE ideal for thermoforming, bending, and heat sealing applications.

What is the heat resistance of Metallized DuraLar film and sheets?

Polyester Film

What is the heat resistance of Metallized DuraLar TM film and sheets? Metallized DuraLar will begin to soften at about 150C/300F. When Metallized DuraLar softens, it begins to lose its orientation; the metal coating will crack, and the film gets wavy and begins to shrink. So if your film will only be exposed to a … Read more

What is the heat resistance of LaserPro films?

Laser-cuttable film and sheets

What is the heat resistance of LaserPro TM laser cuttable films? LaserPro films will begin to soften at about 150C/300F. When this films soften, it begin to lose its orientation; get wavy and begin to shrink. So if your film will only be exposed to a heat environment below 150C/300F, LaserPro is a good choice.

What is the heat resistance of inkJet-printable film?

What is the heat resistance of inkJet-printable film? Inkjet film’s coatings are designed to be used in environments up to 65C/130F. At elevated temperatures, the printable surface could yellow, or lose some of its ink adhesion properties. And when inkjet film softens, it begins to lose its orientation; it will become wavy and shrink.

What is the heat resistance of HDPE sheets?

What is the heat resistance of HDPE sheets? HDPE starts to soften at 70C / 128F. The film will soften very evenly, which makes HDPE ideal for thermoforming, bending, and heat sealing applications.