PLEXIGLAS® & EUROPLEX® Films
PLEXIGLAS® and EUROPLEX® HC Films offer a high level of functionality and are specifically designed to the requirements of specific markets and applications.
We keep improving our products in collaboration with our customers and incorporate new solutions.
PLEXIGLAS® Films consist of polymethyl methacrylate (PMMA) and contain polybutyl acrylate (PBA) as an impact modifier. The films contain varying degrees of UV absorbers and have the following property profile: weatherproof, UV-absorbent, scratch resistant (pencil hardness to 2 H), completely transparent, easy to form, easy to print (screen, digital, gravure and flexo printing)
EUROPLEX® HC* Films
EUROPLEX® HC Films are PMMA films that are co-extruded with PVDF (polyvinylidene fluoride), in which the fluoropolymer is located on the surface. Both polymers are inextricably bonded in the film. The films are transparent and UV protective, with excellent weather resistance and anti-soiling effect. The PVDF layer provides outstanding resistance to chemicals and a stain-resistant surface, which is easy to clean. The PMMA side can be printed with customary color systems and bonds well with a wide range of substrates.
*HC = high chemical resistance
Inhouse Cutting and Converting
- In-house cutting allows customers to have their individual requirements met
- The customer receives an all-in-one quality product and service
- Roll-to-roll and cut to size delivery
Our own converting facility is a specific solution provider in slitting and sheeting of our foils. We can either cut to size or slit in optical quality.
PLEXIGLAS® & EUROPLEX® films in the application
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