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Films are a thin continuous polymeric material applicable in packaging, landscaping, labeling, photography, video tape, and electrical fabrication.
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  • Makrofol® EPC films (PC-PVF)
      Makrofol EPC film is a special composite of polyvinyl fluoride (PVF) and polycarbonate (PC) which combines the excellent chemical and ultraviolet resistance of PVF and the surface appearance, heat stability, embossability, and printability of PC.
    • Excellent Weatherability

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  • PVC Films - Rigid and Flex Vinyl Film
      Professional Plastics offers high quality Rigid and Flexible PVC Vinyl Films in both clear and colors. These materials are commonly used in stationery, office products, media storage and packaging applications. These PVC Vinyl Films offer excellent clarity, printability, and formability. A variety of colors, and finishes are available in gauges from .003" to .125".

      Rigid Vinyl Films (Rigid PVC Films) are available in the following types:
    • .005" - .030" Clear Roller Polished
    • .010" - .030" Gloss White Opaque
    • .010" - .030" Matte White Opaque
    • .010" - .125" Planished: P/P (Polished/Polished), P/M (Polished/Matte), M/M (Matte/Matte)
    • Clear, Opaque, Transluscent & Transparent Colors

      Flexible Vinyl Films (Flexible PVC Films) are available in the following types:
    • .004" - .040" All Types

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  • Pro-F Line Release Films FEP, ETFE, PVDF, THV
      Pro F-Line - Fluoropolymeric Films and Thin Tubes
      Pro F-Line is the range of films, thin tubes and tapes produced from high-performance thermoplastic fluoropolymers such as ETFE, FEP, THV and PVDF. These products are produced with remarkable quality from the most advanced machinery. Pro F-Line films can be produced up to 2000 mm wide with a very sophisticated thickness control in the range from 12 to 300 micron. All these products feature outstanding chemical stability, wide range of service temperature, resistance to UV radiation, weather resistance, flame resistance and can be recycled.

      Pro-FEP Release Film
      High performance films and tubes. The special fluoropolymer provides outstanding resistance to chemical agents, a working temperature range which exceeds 200°C and excellent electrical properties, mechanical strength and durability. Typical Applications: Telecommunications, wire & cable, semiconductors, paper industry, chemicals, textiles, food processing, packaging, composites, protective coating.

      Pro-THV Release Film
      Provides a combination of performance advantages, such as low processing temperature, ability to bond to elastomers and hydrocarbon-based plastics, flexibility and optical clarity. Typical Applications: Automotive, chemical processing, multi-layer tubes and hoses, semiconductors, solar energy, optical fiber and architectural and protective coatings.

      Pro-ETFE Release Films
      Together with an outstanding resistance to chemicals can be used continuously up to approximately 175°C service temperature. Typical Applications: Aerospace, automotive, chemical processing, composites, greenhouse coverings, architectural membranes.

      Pro-PVDF Release Films
      Excellent mechanical strength and abrasion resistance, durability and good chemical resistance allow for a wide range of applications, with continuous operating temperatures up to 150°C. Typical Applications: Chemical processing, tubes and hoses, semiconductors, wire and cable, automotive, nuclear, protective coatings, food and pharmaceutical processing.

      FEP and ETFE Release Films
      Unrivaled non-stick surface, exceptional adaptation even to complex surfaces, wide range of service temperature, easy and clean removing from products and molds. ETFE and FEP release films (or separating foils) are typically used for compression and resin transfer molding composites.
    • ETFE is Translucent Blue Color
    • FEP is Transluscent Red Color

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  • Melinex® Polyester Films (PET)
      Melinex® polyester films are known around the world and used in hundreds of industrial, packaging, imaging, printing, technical and consumer products. With more than 930 basic grade types covering 90+ market segments and 140+ specific end uses, we produce the world's broadest range of high-quality polyester film.

      What is Melinex® ?
      Melinex® is a biaxially oriented polyester film from the DuPont Teijin Films family of films. This family includes Melinex® polyester film, Mylar® polyester film and Cronar® polyester photographic film base.

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  • Aclar ® PCTFE Film
      Aclar® flexible PCTFE film provides unsurpassed moisture barrier properties for health care and industrial applications.
    • Preferred by pharmaceutical companies for blister packaging and other health care packaging

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  • Acrylic Film - Impact Modified
      SolaTuf® Impact Modified Acrylic Film offers seven to ten times the falling dart impact strength of conventional acrylics. SolaTuf also has good chemical resistance, superb weatherability, UV resistance and transparency that far exceeds polycarbonate film.

      Manufactured to the most stringent quality standards, SolaTuf delivers the clarity and dimensional stability, surface texture and gloss control required for the most critical applications.

      SolaTuf is available in a wide variety of transparent colors and opaque colors. It can be manufactured using different resin formulations to meet specific or custom film performance requirements such as UV transmission and light transmission. SolaTuf is also available in the same standard industry textures (gloss/gloss, velvet/matte, velvet/gloss, matte/gloss, and suede/matte) as our polycarbonate film.

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  • Bagging Film D316
      D316 is a green-tinted, transparent, heat-stabilized, co-extruded film produced from a modified nylon 6 resin which can be used for cures up to 400°F.

      D316 is recommended as bagging film for advanced composite fabrication and other high temperature pressure applications where softness, workability and defect-free films are essential.

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  • Crystalex™ G/G Polycarbonate Film
      Crystalex™ G/G is a double-sided polished highly polished transparent polycarbonate film with good dimensional stability, heat resistance and mechanical properties. Common applications of Crystalex™ G/G include printing, forming, insulation, lamination, surface coating, etc. Typical uses include panels, labels, nameplates, membrane switches, insulation, automotive instrument panels, light guide films, diffusion films and forming applications such as helmets and toy car bodies. Crystalex™ G/G is available in thicknesses ranging from 0.1mm to 1.5mm rolls and sheets.
    • Crystalex™ is a trade name of Professional Plastics, Inc. - all rights reserved

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  • D2+2 Double Faced Cloth Tape
      D2+2 is a double-faced cloth tape for holding down honeycomb core during machining. Spraying shop solvents through the honeycomb cells prior to using tape provides release without contamination.

      Additional applications include securing release films and breather/bleeder fabrics in place during bagging operations, securing carpet in aircraft interior panels during installation, etc.

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  • D313Y - Aggressive Sealant Tape
      D313Y is a high-tack sealant tape for curing and for subsequent post curing. It adheres tenaciously to most bagging films and provides maximum adhesion to tool surfaces. D313Y has a color indicator wherein the tape has a yellow color before cure and changes to gray after cure. This sealant tape will maintain a secure seal from ambient room temperature to 375°F / 191°C.

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  • DigiClear Plus GXF341 - Digital Transfer Tape
      DigiClear Plus GXF341 - Clear Digital Low Tack Transfer Tape - A low tack clear film for vinyl graphics application. This tape is also great for creating temporary tattoo stencils! The product consists of a self-wound, polypropylene cast film coated with a proprietary non-yellowing, acrylic water based pressure sensitive adhesive. It lays and stays flat for easy transfer and storage. DigiClear Plus GXF341 protects printed graphics from scratches and releases cleanly. Peels off nicely without pulling skin so it is great for tattoo shops, face painting and henna applications.

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  • DuraStick® PTFE Coated Tapes
      DuraStick® PTFE Coated Tapes are engineered to retain the distinctive properties of PTFE; however, by adding a glass fabric to the matrix, DuraStick is able to obtain the added benefits of dimensional stability, durability, excellent tensile strength, and extremely low elongation (<1%). The addition of an adhesive on one side eliminates the need for mechanical fastening. Tapes with silicone adhesive operate over a wide temperature range, -100°F to 500°F (-73°C to 260°C), while tapes with acrylic adhesive operate over a narrower range of temperatures, -40°F to 350°F (-40°C to 177°C).

      The DuraStick® Industrial Tapes utilize DuraFab® Industrial Fabrics but have the added benefit of an adhesive on one side. These tapes are manufactured from woven fiberglass substrates, possess an optimal PTFE (Fluon®) content, leave a minimal fabric impression, and have a proprietary silicone or acrylic adhesive system. Because of the glass reinforcement, this series of tape is resistant to "cold-flow", a characteristic inherent in pure unsupported PTFE films, these tapes are an excellent choice when cut-through, load carrying, or harsh industrial environments require the unique surface characteristics of PTFE. This popular and versatile line of tapes provides the highest value to customers by offering an excellent balance of heat transfer, release, and flexibility.

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  • DuraSurf UHMW TFB (treated for bonding)
      DuraSurf™ TFB (Treated For Bonding)
      DuraSurf™ is the registered trade name of ultra high molecular weight polyethylene (UHMW-PE) products, most notably sintered base materials for snowboards and skis. For over a decade, Crown Plastics has supplied every major snowboard manufacturer with DuraSurf™ products.

      DuraSurf™ is known for its tremendous durability, along with the other well known advantages of sintered base, which include speed, wax absorption and retention, impact resistance and consistency in extreme temperatures. Our proprietary manufacturing process allows us to provide a flatter, clearer, less stressed material to manufacturers, with lead times far shorter than our competitors.

      DuraSurf™ treated for bonding is supplied with one side abraded for use with a contact cement or epoxy. This bonding method is used where adhesive demands exceed the performance range of pressure sensitive adhesive systems due to load, substrate, climate, or temperature change.

      DuraSurf™ TFB is compatible with most adhesive systems designed to bond to plastic materials with adhesive selection based on substrate and application requirements. The treated side of the DuraSurf™ must be kept clean and handled carefully (gloves recommended) to avoid surface contamination. The substrate should be prepared per recommendations of adhesive selected.

      DuraSurf™ has a long list of properties that make it ideal for applications in a wide range of fields. It combines the greatest impact strength of any thermoplastic, with a low coefficient of friction and tremendous abrasion resistance. It is extremely stable in temperatures ranging from 220°F, down to cryogenic lows. It is an excellent electric insulator, and is easily machined, punched, sawed, and drilled.

      The low coefficient of friction, tremendous abrasion resistance, and non-absorbing nature of DuraSurf™ makes for an outstanding running surface for snowboards and skis. Its impact resistance and machinability allow for DuraSurf™ to be used as tip fill and sidewalls, and the bondability and light weight makes for a great top sheet. Similar requirements are creating new opportunities for DuraSurf™ in the wakeboard and kite board industries.

      DuraSurf™ can be supplied with an adhesive on one side for use as a buzz, squeak and rattle tape (BSR) in the automotive industry. These tapes are also used in the furniture, appliance and material handling industries. DuraSurf™ tapes and films can be die cut into washers, gaskets and various other wear parts for use in machinery components, and countless other anti-friction / anti-wear applications.

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  • FEP Film
      FEP films are fluoropolymer-based films that benefit from the ability to be thermoformed, heat-sealed, plastic-welded or bonded. PFA film is very similar to FEP, except its melting point (302°C to 310°C vs. FEP's melt range of 260°C to 280°C).PTFE is the most inert of all plastics and complies with US FDA regulations for safe use with food. FEP and PFA films possess superior anti-stick, low friction properties, as well as high dielectric strength (over 7000 volts per mil for 1 mil). No electrical tracking, non-wettable (hydrophobic), non-flammable, non-charring. We are proud to offer superior reliability & retention of properties over large areas of these films. This film is also available with adhesive for ease of installation in our tape section.
      Common applications include release films used in composite production. Emerging applications include stereolithography. FEP works well in this style of 3D printing due to its excellent transmission of UV rays, low gas and vapor permeability as well as anti-stick and low friction properties.

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  • Kapton® HN Polyimide Film
      Kapton® Film (Type HN Kapton) polyimide film from DuPont has more than 35 years of proven performance as the flexible material of choice in applications involving very high, 400°C (752°F), or very low, -269°C (-452°F) temperature extremes. Kapton polyimide film is used in a wide variety of applications such as substrates for flexible printed circuits, transformer and capacitor insulation, sensors and bar code labels. Kapton Film is also used for wire and cable tapes, formed coil insulation, substrates for flexible printed circuits, motor slot liners, magnet wire insulation, transformer and capacitor insulation, magnetic and pressure-sensitive tapes, and tubing Kapton® polyimide film possesses a unique combination of properties that make it ideal for a variety of applications in many different industries. The ability of Kapton® to maintain its excellent physical, electrical, and mechanical properties over a wide temperature range has opened new design and application areas to plastic films. DuPont ™ Kapton® HN film excels in low and high temperature environments. Type HN Kapton film can be laminated, metallized, punched, formed, or adhesive coated. It is available in thicknesses from 0.0003" (7.5 µm) up to 0.005" (125 µm). Other grades of Kapton are available with the following attributes: antistatic, thermally conductive, ptfe coated, cryogenic insulation, corona resistant, etchable, pigmented for color, and conformable.

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  • KYNStick® Kynar® Film Tape with Adhesive
      Kynar® KYNStick® Tape with Pressure Sensitive Adhesive
      KYNStick® Tape is made with Kynar® film with an Acrylic Pressure Sensitive Adhesive for ease of application, positioning and fastening. KYNStick® Tape offers excellent chemical and corrosion resistance and has a high tensile strength. KYNStick® has good thermal stability and can be used in applications up to 300°F. Kynar® (PVDF) has extremely high purity which makes it a good candidate for food applications.

      When specified, Kynar 740 FILM complies with FDA regulation 21 CFR 177.510, USDA, USP XX Class VI, 3A sanitary standards and meets ASTM D3222 resin specifications. KYNStick® Tape also possesses high impact resistance and is tough and durable.
    • Note: Although the FILM is FDA approved, the ADHESIVE backing in NOT

      PVDF (Kynar ®) is strong and tough as reflected by its tensile properties and impact strength. Compared to many thermoplastics, PVDF (Kynar ®) has excellent resistance to creep and fatigue, yet in thin sections such as films, PVDF (Kynar ®) components are flexible and transparent. Kynar ® Film is stable to UV and the effects of weather. In cold, heat, sunlight and humidity Kynar® Film does not wear out or get brittle. Kynar® has low NBS smoke generation and superior LOI.

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  • Makrofol® Polycarbonate Film Overview & Links
      Polycarbonate Films
      Makrofol ® DE and Bayfol® PC polycarbonate films are available in a wide variety of surface textures, including glass-clear with both sides gloss. These films offer high light transmittance, excellent surface uniformity, and ease of processing. All films use pure Bayer Makrolon polycarbonate resin. Most meet FDA approval and have the necessary UL ratings.

      Makrofol® DE
      Makrofol® DE is a transparent or colored extruded film made of Bayer MaterialScience's Makrolon® polycarbonate. Makrofol® DE is noted for its outstanding graphic quality. Various surface finishes are avail able, ranging from high gloss on both sides (1-1), through fine matte (2 or 4) to velvet (6 or 7). The thickness range is between 125 and 750 μm, in some cases between 50 and 1,000 μm. The high gloss surfaces are masked from scratching by a protective film (C = cling masking film, S = adhesive masking film). Makrofol® DE is used in particular for nameplates, facings and displays.

      Makrofol® ID
      Makrofol® ID is a range of special films for cards such as ID cards. In this segment, polycarbonate is favored particularly where high demands exist with regard to service life and expo sure to mechanical and thermal loads. Special security features can be integrated, and modifications can be made to guarantee a high-contrast laser printing. White Makrofol® ID grades are mostly used printed as opaque (light-impermeable) inlay films.

      Makrofol® BL
      This light-diffusing film has been developed as a special grade for automotive instrument panels (illuminated dials, scales and displays). Makrofol® BL is dazzle-free and scratch-resistant and has a fine matte or velvet surface (2-2 or 6-2). The light-diffus ing effect is achieved through the use of a light-scattering pigment, as a result of which this film can also be produced in thicknesses of up to 125 μm. Makrofol® BL is noted above all for giving even illumination over a large surface area from a point light source, making it ideal for creative designs, e.g. in the lighting segment.

      Makrofol® LT
      Makrofol® LT is also a light-diffusing film, except that here the light-scattering effect comes from the incorporation of fine glass fibers. Makrofol® LT films are extruded in thicknesses of between 425 and 750 μm. Because of its fiber content, this film has high dimensional stability and strength.

      Makrofol® FR
      Makrofol® FR 7-2 flame retardant film is a clear polycarbonate film with a velvet first surface and a fine matte second surface. Makrofol® FR 7-2 is available in thicknesses of between 250 and 750 μm. With UL 95 V-O rating, Makrofol® FR 7-2 is designed for many applications such as trade show displays and memoplates.

      Bayfol® CR
      Bayfol® CR is a blend film of polycarbonate and polyester. This grade has outstanding cold-forming properties e.g. by the high-pressure forming (HPF) process and has become established in the in-mold decoration process. Bayfol® CR has excellent chemical resistance and flexibility. The latter makes Bayfol® CR the optimum grade for producing film keypads and membrane switches.

      Bayfol® CREC
      Bayfol® CREC is an extruded film based on a PC/PBT blend. It comprises good forming properties and chemical resistance as well as color stability at elevated temperatures. Bayfol® CREC is perfectly suitable for printing applications. Available surface qualities are gloss/fine matte (1-4) and fine velvet/very fine matte (6-2). The thickness range is between 75 and 750 μm. Bayfol® CREC is used in particular for membrance switch overlays, homeplates, keypads and touch panels.

      Bayfol® AS-A
      Bayfol® AS-A is an anti-static, black-colored film made from a PC/PBT blend. Due to its anti-static properties (surface resis tance: 105 Ohm), this film, which is normally supplied as narrow cut rolls from 10 mm in width, is suitable for the packaging of electronic components. Bayfol® AS-A is avail able in thicknesses between 200 and 400 μm.

      Bayfol® DF-A
      Bayfol® DF-A is a high-grade extruded film made of ABS (acrylonitrile-butadiene-styrene polymer). The films are colored black (other colors also possible in principle) and, because of their excellent surface finish on both sides, are used as carrier film for coating and decorative film, e.g. also in the hot-embossing process. Bayfol® DF-A is extruded as standard in thicknesses between 425 and 500 μm.

      Marnot XL® clear & Marnot XL® matte
      The scratch-resistant Marnot film has a one-sided coating on a straight polycarbonate film (Makrofol® DE) with an extremely scratch-resistant protective coating. The coating can be either high gloss (MarnotTM XL clear) or slightly matte to make it dazzle-free (MarnotTM XL matte) at various gloss levels. This film is also manufactured in a standard thickness range between 175 and 750 μm. Laminated film protects the surface on both sides.

      ProTek® MaxDraw
      PC film with formable hardcoat. Easy to deep draw with abrasion and scratch resistance far superior to uncoated substrates. Excellent chemical resistance to common household chemicals.

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  • PET Film Qualifying Questions
      Professional Plastics offers Melinex and Mylar brand PET films direct from Dupont Teijin Films. This is a huge product line with easily 50+ types of product.

      Before submitting inquiries, it helps to understand the following information:
    • What thickness do you need?
    • How is it being used (i.e., what kind of part are you making with it) ?
    • Do you need a surface-treament on one side or both sides of the material?

      Surface-treaments typically fall into two areas:
    • Slip (to prevent material from sticking to itself)
    • Adhesion (to promote bonding of other chemistries to the PET)

      Adhesion types typically fall into these categories:
    • Ink Adhesion - there are different pretreats for UV, solvent and digital inks
    • Coating Adhesion (for hardcoats or erasa-board type applications)
    • Adhesive Adhesion (for pressure-sensitive laminating)

      We also need to know the Put-Up (Sheet or Roll), Size (Thickness, Width & Length and/or Weight) and Annual Usage ?

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  • PFA Film
      PFA films benefit from the ability to be thermoformed, heat-sealed, plastic-welded or bonded. PFA film is very similar to FEP, except its melting point (302° C to 310° C vs. FEP's melt range of 260° C to 280° C).PTFE is the most inert of all plastics and complies with US FDA regulations for safe use with food. FEP and PFA films possess superior anti-stick, low friction properties, as well as high dielectric strength (over 7000 volts per mil for 1 mil). No electrical tracking, non-wettable (hydrophobic), non-flammable, non-charring. We are proud to offer superior reliability & retention of properties over large areas of these films. This film is also available with adhesive for ease of installation in our tape section.
    • Available in .001" thick to .020" thicknesses.

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  • Polycarbonate Film - Velvet-Gloss
      Polycarbonate films offer superior performance in applications that require optical, thermal, mechanical and electrical characteristics. Manufactured to exacting tolerances to meet the most demanding requirements. This polycarbonate delivers the clarity, dimensional stability, impact resistance and dielectric properties you demand, plus superior gloss control, dimensional tolerances and cosmetic qualities.
    • aka 8A35 Film - we do not handle the 8A35 brand which is a tradename of General Electric.

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