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Fasson® 2.3 Mil White Polypropylene TC/C0196/40#BG
Fasson® 2.3 Mil White Polypropylene TC is a heat set biaxially-oriented, coextruded polypropylene film, with good opacity and a bright white gloss. The surface has been topcoated to provide superior printability by flexographic and thermal transfer methods. This facestock is resistant to many chemicals, including xylene, isopropanol, dimethyl sulfoxide, and 10% hydrochloric acid.
0.0023 inches ± 10%
MD 26,825 psi
CD 22,475 psi
Fasson® C0196 is a permanent solvent acrylic adhesive specifically designed for labels used in low temperature when using liquid nitrogen during deep freeze processes (-196°C/-320°F). Under cryogenic conditions, it is not recommended for use on glass vial substrates. The adhesive will withstand sterilization conditions such as steam autoclave and gamma radiation. Recommended for labeling laboratory identification substrates such as vials, test tubes, well plates and slides.
Minimum Application Temperature:
Service Temperature Range:
-196°C (-320°F) to 90°C (194°F)
Typical Performance Data:
40#BG is a bleached glassine white liner with excellent roll label converting properties. Designed for low-to-medium speed dispensing applications. Not recommended for sheeted applications. Features good back printability.
40# per ream ±10%
(24" x 36" sheets)
0.0023 inches ± 10%
MD 37# per inch width
CD 19# per inch width
MD 36 grams
CD 40 grams
Total Construction Caliper
0.0054 inches ± 10%
Designed to perform at cryogenic temperatures, and under other difficult conditions, such as dry ice, steam autoclave, and gamma radiation. Recommended for labeling laboratory identification vials, test tubes, well plates, and slides.
Samples of this material have been printed with DiaNippon resin ribbon R-510.
Environmental Conditions Tested Include:
Material was tested on glass vials, polypropylene vials, glass slides and polypropylene slides.
Freezer: 3 cycles of 16 hours at -70C/-94F followed by 8 hours at room temperature
Autoclave: 3 cycles of 1 hour at 121C/250F at 15psi followed by 23 hours at room temperature
Liquid Nitrogen: 3 cycles of 4 hours at -196C/-320F followed by 20 hours at room temperature (not suitable for glass vials).
Optimal Storage Conditions
Unless otherwise specified in this document, ideally store at 72F and 50% RH
Statement of Practical Use
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