American Durafilm Adds Film Laminating Capabilities to Its High-Performance Film Fabrication Services

Distributor and Converter of High-Performance Films, American Durafilm Laminates Single- and Double-Sided Adhesive Products on Diverse Materials

Holliston, MA — (ReleaseWire) — 07/14/2015 — Holliston, MA-based distributor and converter of high-performance films, American Durafilm® is pleased to announce that it now offers custom lamination services to most Kapton®, Teflon® FEP, Teflon® PFA, and Tefzel® ETFE films. Using its advanced adhesive lamination technology and high-accuracy equipment, American Durafilm optimizes its laminating process to meet exact specifications and standards of diverse industries spanning military, medical and biopharmaceutical, aerospace, electric componentry, and food processing, all under one roof. Depending on the adherence requirements of the application, it applies single- or double-sided adhesive-coated products including 3M acrylic, silicone, and other special adhesives in a variety of tolerances, ranging from .001″ to .020″ thickness and up to 24″ width. With over 60 years of experience as a complete converting solutions provider, it also performs finishing services such as die-cutting, high-speed sheeting, and roll-slitting to enhance the overall appearance and longevity of the laminated film roll.

Mack Hendrick, Vice President of American Durafilm, said, “At American Durafilm, we’re always listening, always learning, and always improving conventional technology and processes to better serve our customers with the most cost-effective film converting solutions. These solutions increase both yield and throughput for them, while significantly reducing time, money, and resources across the board. With our in-house capacity, we can satisfy all production requirements, ranging from low- to high-volume, as well as short to long run. Our peel-and-stick adhesive lamination options open up endless possibilities in flexible film packaging applications.”

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