Lamination is a finishing process in which a plastic film from a roll is bonded to a substrate such as paper, cardboard or aluminum foil. To ensure good adhesion, the process is carried out at elevated temperatures and pressures, both of which are applied via heated rollers (continuous) or presses (discontinuous).
Plastics processing methods
There are many ways from raw material to the finished product – here you will find them all.
Industrially compostable film material with high tear strength even at low temperatures
Industrially compostable bioplastic compound for particularly tear-resistant and thin film and net applications