Lamination Film

Lamination film refers to a thin layer of plastic material applied to the surface of printed documents or other materials to enhance durability, protection, and appearance. This process involves sealing the document between two layers of transparent plastic film, usually using heat and pressure. Lamination serves various purposes across different industries and applications.

Applications :

  • Printed Media
  • Packaging
  • Labels and Stickers
  • Photography
  • Signage and Displays
  • Educational Materials
  • Industrial Applications
  • Corporate Documents
  • Cards and ID Documents