Thermal Transfer Foil

Foil Thermal Transfer Labels are used wherever required high durability and resistance to abrasion and weathering.

Print using ribbons.

Foil labels are made of:

  • Polyethylene film having a thickness of shiny white 83 um, with improved resistance for less demanding applications. They can be exposed to external factors such as humidity, water, sunshine, high and low temperatures. The preferred ratio of price to the property.
  • Polypropylene film: the silver with a thickness of 51 um, made of durable material with high resistance to water, grease and chemicals. With large forces can extend without breaks out. It can be used as nameplates on products, durability approx. 3 – 5 years. Good adhesion to irregular surfaces.
  • Polyester film: matt silver, with a thickness of 51 um very durable material in terms of mechanical and thermal. High resistance to chemicals. Very well suited for automotive, electronic and household appliances – nameplates, labels, etc. information.
  • Polyester film: glossy white, with a thickness of 50 um very durable material in terms of mechanical and thermal. High resistance to chemicals. Very well suited for automotive, electronic and household appliances – nameplates, labels, etc. information.
  • PVC vinyl film crushing: white, with a thickness of 50 um, marking assets and their components, and the seals. They are resistant to harsh environmental conditions, eg. Chemicals. When you try to break crumble.