Bar codes, variable information, chemical composition and product instructions are all critical in the pharmaceutical and medical arena. If printing is anything but clear, the consequences could be serious. BOPP is an ideal material for labelling across a range of container formats and storage needs. It has an excellent dimensional stability across a wide temperature range from - 40°C to 80°C on rigid containers. Innovia Films further enhance performance with a range of printable coatings to suit your needs.
Rayoface™ ‘TT’ pressure sensitive label films are engineered with an optimised matt top-coat specifically designed to match the requirements for thermal transfer variable information printing. We also have a uniquely formulated base film (Rayoface™ LRH) designed for direct thermal top coating applications.
Our Rayoface™ ‘PA’ products have a performance coating that withstands high temperature pasteurisation, ice chest conditions and offers market leading ink adhesion and high resistance to moisture. Available in clear and white formats for flat and simple curves. For smaller containers with high curvature we have clear and white conformable film options to ensure labels remain intact.
For extended content labels, Rayoface™ AWPA films offer two-side printability and robust on-press stability. Their solid pigmented cores allow repeated peeling and folding of the label without creasing, ensuring key labelling information is long-lasting and robust.
In addition we have a range of glossy overwrap films that provide tamper evidence, some of which have shrink tightening properties for a tight wrap facilitating outstanding on shelf impact.
Two side coated film such as white Rayoface™ AWPA and clear Rayoface™ ACPA are the best option for extended content labelling, particularly on products where information has to be protected for the lifetime of the package.
Coated Rayoface™ VTT is a white high yield,top coated face stock for variable information printing, it can also be printed using traditional methods. Rayoface™ LRH is an ideal base film for thermal coatings.