It can be cut, sewn or glued together or joined by high-frequency welding and it can also be printed.
- cosmetic cases
- tent floors
- offset prints
- children’s cases
- aprons, sitting mat
Foil sheets can be connected by gluing, sewing or high-frequency welding. If more foil types are used joined for one product, the following principles must be observed:
- foil types of just one manufacturer may only be combined;
- only combine foil types with labels of the same colour;
- you must combine foil types of approximately the same hardness;
- all the used foil sheets on a product must be oriented in the same direction (resulting from the production direction and roll winding).
|Type of foils||Hardness||Application|
|629||for th. (0,10 – 0,18) mm: 84 ± 3
for th. 0,20 mm: 81 ± 3
for th. (0,25 – 0,30) mm: 79 ± 3
|–||office stationery – folders and covers, furniture industry etc.|
|841||79 ± 3||–||the foil is used in the stationery industry|
|842||84 ± 3
87 ± 3
|the foil is used for office stationery production,
for children’s cases and aprons
|office stationery, plastic raincoats, cosmetic cases etc.
Foil with the PRINT identification is designed for offset print
the foil is mainly designed for the production of office stationery as e.g.
If you are interested in the product
mentioned, you may contact directly
the sales department of Fatra.
Tel.: +420 577 502 388
Fax: +420 577 503 001
Mobil: +420 724 405 651