3M™ Sheet and Screen Label Materials 7220SA is a 2.0 white polyester gloss top coat with 350 permanent acrylic on 90lb embossed liner
Now you can escape the bubble trouble caused by entrapment or outgassing. Unique microchannels throughout the structured adhesive allows air to flow freely from between the label adhesive and substrate. Hand-applied labels go on smoothly and stay that way
Micro Channels in the adhesive help prevent bubbles that form from trapped air or outgassing.
3M Performance Label offers wide range of products for long term durability and adhesion with automotive chemical resistance and outdoor durability. Some products are UL/CSA compliant materials that can be printed by Flexographic or Screen Print processes, as well as Thermal Transfer, Digital Printing, Inkjet, Laser or Dot Matrix Printing. Available with many facestocks such as Polyester, Polypropylene and Vinyl to Pharmaceutical papers or synthetics. Please refer to individual Product Datapage for specific product details.
Think 3M First for Label Materials used in these Key Markets - Automotive, Electronics, Medical Device, Outdoor Power Equipment, Health Care, Security, Government, Personal Care, Recreational Vehicle, Aerospace, Transportation, Packaging, Foam Fabrication and General Industrial.
Typical 3M Performance Label Applications include Bar Code Tracking, Track and Trace, Thermal Transfer Labels, Variable Information Printing (VIP), Brand and Instruction Labels, Warning Labels, Durable Decals, Surface Protection and Masking, Over Laminate, UV Protection, Tamper Indicating, Destructable Labels, Void Message, Fraud Reduction, Laminating, Bonding and Digital Window Graphics.
Durable high performance material offers thermal stability and moisture resistance. High gloss topcoating is designed for use with variety of screen and flexo inks. Most universal label adhesive. Ideal for powder coatings, LSE plastics and oily metals. Excellent chemical resistance and holding strength. Liner offers the ultimate in layflat. Back side of liner is not printable. Liner creates microchannels within adhesive to allow air to flow freely between substrate and adhesive.