PVC (Polyvinyl Chloride) laminated foil is a type of plastic material that consists of a thin layer of PVC film, laminated onto a substrate such as paper, aluminum foil, or non-woven fabric.
Durability: PVC laminated foil is highly resistant to moisture, water, and heat.
Flexibility: PVC film has a high degree of flexibility, making it suitable for applications where the material needs to bend or conform to irregular shapes.
Chemical resistance: PVC laminated foil is highly resistant to a wide range of chemicals, including acids and bases.
Barrier properties: PVC laminated foil provides a good barrier against gases, such as oxygen, and liquids, making it ideal for packaging applications.
Packaging: PVC laminated foil is used in the packaging industry for the production of pouches, bags, and packaging films.
Construction: PVC laminated foil is used in the construction industry as a vapor barrier, insulation material, and moisture barrier.
Medical industry: PVC laminated foils are used in the medical industry for the packaging of medical devices and sterile products.
Printing and graphics: PVC laminated foil is used as a substrate for digital and offset printing, providing excellent printing quality and durability.