PVC Shrink Sleeve Label
A PVC shrink sleeve label is an excellent choice for a variety of applications. Unlike other labels, shrink sleeves conform to a variety of packaging shapes, making them a great choice for bottles and cans. These labels also feature vivid graphics that attract customers' attention. 360-degree artwork allows for more customization options and eye-catching artwork, making them a great choice for a variety of specialty applications.
A PVC shrink sleeve label is a plastic film that is applied to a container. Its good printing quality and shrinkage properties make it an excellent choice for many applications. These sleeves are available as pieces or as cut-to-size pieces. Allen Plastics offers cast and blown PVC shrink sleeves. Regardless of the type of packaging application you have in mind, a shrink sleeve label will fit the product perfectly.
A PVC shrink sleeve label is made from a material called polyethylene terephthalate glycol (PETG). PETG is widely used in shrink sleeve labels due to its high transparency and stability. It is relatively inexpensive, and has a 78 percent shrink rate. The main disadvantage of PETG is that it requires proper shrink tunnel conditions. However, it is highly recommended for a variety of applications.
The shrink sleeve label is made of a durable plastic that conforms to packaging. Full-color processing allows for maximum branding. It also offers variable data printing, which allows for quick and easy design changes. The shrink sleeve label can be used for any type of packaging. The material is abrasion-resistant and waterproof. These qualities make it an excellent choice for a variety of packaging applications.
PVC shrink sleeve labels can be made from two materials: blown or cast. The latter is the preferred choice for some applications. During the shrinking process, PETG can achieve 78 percent of its initial diameter. This is the highest rate of all three materials. The price of PETG is higher than that of PVC, so it is an excellent choice for labels. When choosing a material, consider the shrink sleeve's quality and performance.
A PVC shrink sleeve label can be a durable solution for any packaging application. This material can be used to manufacture a PVC sleeve label. The shrink sleeve is made of PVC, a flexible plastic material. The PVC film is used in the process. Its durability makes it the best choice for shrink sleeve labels.
A PVC shrink sleeve label is an excellent choice for most products. It is easy to apply and offers a variety of customization options. Its durability is a major benefit for a PVC sleeve. The film is resistant to heat and is a flexible medium for flexographic printing. The shrink sleeve label is often laminated with a coating that helps it last for years.
A PVC shrink sleeve label can be used on a variety of different packaging materials. It conforms to the shape of the container and can maximize branding opportunities. It offers full-color processing for full color labels, and variable data printing makes it easy to make changes to the design during the production process. This material can also be used for a wide range of packaging applications. There are numerous advantages of PETG labels.
A PVC shrink sleeve label conforms to packaging specifications. It offers full color processing and is a cost-effective option. Unlike other materials, PVC shrink sleeve labels can be removed from plastic bottles. Furthermore, they are waterproof and abrasion-resistant. So, they are a great choice for packaging. The material is ideal for a variety of applications.
The flexibility of a PVC shrink sleeve label is an important feature. They are durable and can be cut to any size. This type of label is often used for flammable liquids and can cover the entire container or product. The print quality of a PVC shrink sleave is exceptional. The sleeve's low shrink temperature makes it ideal for products that must endure the elements of the environment.