What Is Cold Lamination Film?

Cold laminators use plastic film that is coated with an adhesive. The glossy backing does not adhere to the glue and can be removed. The adhesive then sticks directly to the item being laminated. This process is faster than hot laminating and is more convenient for businesses. It can be used for a wide variety of purposes, including home or office projects.
Cold laminating film works by fusing two or more pieces of a base material with a thin laminate film. It uses pressure sensitive adhesives to bind the film to the substrate immediately without the use of heat. This reduces the risk of heat damaging the print. It can also be used to alter the finish of graphic materials or add special textures. This process offers some of the strongest signs available.
The Cold Lamination Film is the most commonly used type of advertising printing material. It features a high-performance, ultra-clear, pressure-sensitive adhesive. Its unique characteristics allow it to maximize colour vibrancy and definition. It is best used on flat, clean, non-corrugated surfaces. However, it requires more care than traditional hot-laminating films. Using this technique will help you guarantee that your graphic print will look as good as possible even under prolonged exposure to the sun.
Cold lamination films are more expensive than their hot counterparts. This type of film uses more adhesive and can be applied with pressure without the use of heat. They usually come with a release liner that protects the adhesive. However, these films can be applied with less expensive non-heated laminators.