Pulse Roll launches new label foiling adhesive

Pulse Roll Label Products is launching a new cold foil adhesive at Labelexpo Europe 2019, as part of its PureFinish portfolio of varnishes and adhesives. 

Pulse Roll Label Products has developed new adhesive for cold foiling, as demonstrated with these API foils.

This new adhesive is formulated for UV flexo printing, and tinted blue to make registration easier. It complies with the latest EuPIA guidelines and industry standards and is also available for non-direct food packaging applications.

Mikaela Harding, Product Manager for Pulse Roll Label Products said, “We’re seeing continued demand for embellishments including in-line cold foil applications in the narrow web sector. With technological advancements in recent years, there’s been increased uptake in the use of cold foil in the label sector. It’s now a proven and popular in-line process used by many converters, in both the UK and overseas markets.”

Pulse Roll has partnered with the foil manufacturer, API Group, to develop promotional labels for the show, using API’s narrow web TA Plus cold foils. Richard Burhouse, Group Marketing Director at API, commented: “Cold foils are now widely used for reel-to-reel label production on filmic materials and coated paper, where foiling units integrated into the printing press enable printed and foiled labels to be produced at high speed in a single, in-line process, with quick, low-cost set-up.”

You can find more details from pulserl.com






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