Project Description

Paperboard Lamination
Paperboard lamination refers to the process of applying a thin layer of plastic film onto paperboard, typically to enhance its strength, durability, appearance, or barrier properties. This process involves bonding the plastic film onto the surface of the paperboard using adhesives and applying pressure and heat to ensure proper adhesion. Paperboard lamination can provide various benefits such as moisture resistance, improved printability, protection against scuffing and tearing, and enhanced visual appeal. It is commonly used in packaging applications for products such as food, beverages, cosmetics, pharmaceuticals, and consumer goods.