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28.03.2019, 16:13

Lintec Europe at MECSPE

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Lintec Europe will be exhibiting labelstocks for manufacturing applications at MECSPE 2019 which is taking place at the Parma Fairground in Italy until 30 March.


Commenting on Lintec’s presence at the show, Andy Voss, Managing Director of LINTEC EUROPE, says: “MECSPE 2019 represents an exciting opportunity for Lintec to address how its product offering can benefit businesses in the manufacturing industry. As Lintec products are able to withstand exceptionally high temperatures, protect against tampering, and endure harsh conditions, the manufacturing industry remains a key market for us. MECSPE 2019 provides a key opportunity to showcase our innovative label technology and demonstrate what makes it unique.”

Products the company is showcasing, include: 

High temperature labelstock that is ideal for use in extreme heat as it can withstand temperatures as high as 300°C, while maintaining whiteness, barcode legibility and adhesive performance. Offering excellent resistance to component soldering, abrasion and ribbon smudging, the labelstock also meets the needs of manufacturers in the electronic, automotive and appliance industries.  


Outdoor PVC labelstocks are flexible and durable films coated with a strong adhesive. This product range is suitable for application to contoured, textured and low energy surfaces. Enabling reliable thermal transfer image quality, the film offers excellent dimensional stability. Appropriate applications include automotive, marine, and exterior appliances. 


Securafol - a non-PVC, destructible labelstock, which has been designed with security in mind, and is able to counter product tampering, warranty fraud and asset theft. Difficult to remove once applied, it demonstrates a clear indication when fraudulent tampering has been attempted. It is ideal for use for industrial and electronic device packaging identification.


Andy Voss, the company's managing director, looks forward to welcoming visitors at Stand G63, Pavilion 7 of the Parma Fairground.

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