Extrusion laminating is a thermal process that involves extruding LDPE resin from a slotted
T-die, between two moving substrates.

The hot molten resin acts as the bonding medium, commonly referred to as the “tie”, between the two substrates.

It then passes through a nip, consisting of a silicon rubber covered pressure roller and chrome plated cooling roller.

The chrome plated cooling roller cools the molten film back into the solid state, completing the lamination process.

It is a highly versatile process allowing the combination of various substrates with varying thickness (i.e.: paper, metal, and plastic films) resulting in a high quality product.


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