Does Archival DuraLar™ film and sheets have good electrical properties? Yes! Archival DuraLar’s combination of resistive, thermal and chemical properties make it an excellent archival film to be used in direct and indirect applications. For more demanding electrical applications like wiring, motor windings, driver electronics, and circuit board construction, our Hazy DuraLar™ is optimized for electrical … Read more
Do Acetate film and sheets have good electrical properties? No, mostly because of acetate’s low melting point. Because electricity generates heat, you want to keep this material away from elevated temperatures. For electrical applications, we recommend our Hazy DuraLar™ polyester film products. Please contact us today and we can help you with your requirements.
Is Archival DuraLar™ approved for direct food contact? No. Grafix stocks other types of film products that are, includ-ing acetate, specific brands and grades of polyester film, HDPE and polypropylene. Other types food-safe films are available as a custom order; larger production minimums may apply.
Are our acetate film and sheet products approved for food contact? Yes! This entire product line is suitable for use in con-tact with foodstuffs. It complies with FDA, Code of Federal Regulations, Title 21 (revised April 1995). Need us to provide a certification? No problem. Just let us know when you contact us to discuss … Read more