Coated Opaque TT-5 CB62

CodiComercial: PCD0100

Edition: 5
Date of approval: 06/03/2020

Belongs to the collections

  • Adhoc Rolls
  • Industrial & Synthetic

Technical datasheet

Front Label
Reference Coated Opaque dark blue
General characteristics

Machine coated woodfree paper with opaque dark blue back side coating.

Grammage (gr/m2) ISO 536 90
Thickness (µm) ISO 534 73
Dry opacity (%) ISO 2471 >99
Reference TT-5
General characteristics

Super permanent rubber based hot-melt adhesive. Good adhesion to a wide variety of substrates and to non-polar surfaces. Designed for applications where very high initial adhesion is required. Excellent behaviour in runnability and labels converting. 

The research centre ISEGA has given the adhesive TT-5 approval according to the European requirements for direct contact with dry and moist, non-fatty foodstuffs.

Tack (N) glass FTM-9 >10
Cohesion (h) 1kg FTM-8 >6
Labelling temperature (ºC) >0ºC
Usage temperature (ºC) -40ºC/+60ºC
Reference CB62
General characteristics

Supercalendered glassine paper, white.

Grammage (gr/m2) ISO 536 60
Thickness (µm) ISO 534 54
Tensile strength MD/CD (KN/m) ISO 1924 MD(KN/m) >5 CD (KN/m) >2


Additional information

Not recommended for labelling curved surfaces with small diameters.

Uses and applications

Multipurpose labels for industrial use with high opacity. Opaque "coverall" materials are usually used for overlabelling of errors.

Shelf life

1 year, under storage conditions as defined by FINAT section 2.5 (20-25ºC, 40-50% RH). Prolonged storage at higher temperatures and/or humidity levels will shorten the shelf life of the product.

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