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Adhesion performance and production processing of PE Protective Film for Stainless Steel Sheet
- Mar 04, 2019 -

In the process of operation, the PE Protective Film for Stainless Steel Sheet

 is mainly made of a special polyethylene plastic film as a substrate, a cross-linked acrylic resin as an adhesive, and then processed by several special additives. The property is soft and adhesive. Good, easy to paste, easy to peel, peel off no residue.


The advantage of the PE Protective Film for Stainless Steel Sheet

 is that the protected product is not polluted, corroded, scratched and protected during the production, processing, transportation, storage and use, and the original smooth and shiny surface is protected, thereby improving the quality of the product and the market competition. The application of PE protective film on our products is as follows: stainless steel plate, aluminum plate, aluminum alloy profile, steel profile and door and window, aluminum composite panel, fluorocarbon panel, mirror panel, sandwich color steel plate, fireproof panel, veneer, plexiglass panel ,PS,PE,PVC board sunshine board (polycarbonate board), security door, signage, coated glass, high-grade furniture, high-end crafts, electrical cabinets, computer casings, car lamps, flooring, household appliances, instruments, etc. The surface of the product to be protected can be used.


Stainless steel sheet PE protective film aluminum alloy shrinkage size, usually expressed as a percentage, called shrinkage. Body shrinkage includes liquid shrinkage and solidification shrinkage. The casting alloy liquid flows from casting to solidification, and macroscopic or microscopic shrinkage occurs at the final solidification. The macroscopic shrinkage holes caused by shrinkage are visible to the naked eye and are classified into concentrated shrinkage cavities and dispersive shrinkage cavities. The pores of the concentrated shrinkage holes are large and concentrated, and are distributed at the top of the casting or at a hot section with a large cross section. The dispersive shrinkage cavities are scattered and fine, and most of them are distributed in the axial center and hot section of the casting. Microscopic shrinkage holes are difficult to see with the naked eye, and most of the microscopic shrinkage holes are distributed under the grain boundaries or between the dendrites of the dendrites.