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Drytac MHL Lustre Low Temperature 5.0 mil Lustre PET film. Activation temperature 185-195°F/85-91°C

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    Activation temperature 185-195°F/85-91°C.

    Specifically engineered with UV inhibitors to reduce image fading. The adhesive is formulated to activate as low as 185¡Ð195°F (85¡Ð91°C).

    Low sheen with minimal loss of contrast or sharpness makes MHL Lustre UV particularly desirable. Its many uses include POP displays, courtroom presentations, etc.

    Brand: Drytac, Laminate-Adhesive Product: Hot Laminate, Laminates, Material Thickness: 5 to 10 mil, Material: PET, Media Finish: Semi-Gloss, Thickness-5.0 mil

    Drytac MHL Lustre Low Temperature 5.0 mil Lustre PET film. Activation temperature 185-195¡F/85-91¡C (MPN: MLD25205, MLD38205, MLD43205, MLD51205, MLD61205)

     

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