What is the lifespan of pe protective film?

- Apr 13, 2020-

PE material is the simplest polymer organic compound, and the most widely used polymer material in the world today. PE protective film is based on special polyethylene (PE) plastic film, which is divided into high density polyethylene protective film, medium density polyethylene and low density polyethylene according to the density.

The biggest advantage of PE protective film is that the protected products are not contaminated, corroded, scratched, and protected the original smooth surface during the production, processing, transportation, storage and use.

PET film is also known as high temperature resistant polyester film. It has excellent physical properties, chemical properties and dimensional stability, transparency, recyclability, and can be widely used in magnetic recording, photosensitive materials, electronics, electrical insulation, industrial films, packaging and decoration and other fields.

The protective film has good weather resistance and stickiness stability. After a few days or a long time, the peeling force does not increase significantly and is easy to peel off. When it is peeled off, it is required that there is no residual glue and no shadow on the protected surface. The pe protective film can be electrostatically adsorbed without hurting the surface of the product. The electrostatic protective film can still be used after washing.

How long is the life of the PE protective film? The content is here. We need to remember that when using the PE protective film, the PE protective film is insoluble in any solvent at room temperature, but soluble in aliphatic hydrocarbons and aromatics at higher temperatures. Hydrocarbons and halogenated hydrocarbons. Such as LDPE can be dissolved in benzene at 60 ℃, HDPE can be dissolved in benzene above 80 ~ 90 ℃, both are soluble in toluene, trichloroethylene, tetrahydronaphthalene, decalin, petroleum ether over 100 ℃, In mineral oil and paraffin. The protective film will be deformed under high temperature. Please use it with caution.