What are Laminated Labels?
Laminated labels are labels that have a protective layer or coating applied to them. Lamination is a process that involves applying a layer of material, such as film or foil, to the surface of the label using heat, pressure, or adhesive. Laminated labels are more durable and resistant to wear, moisture, and other environmental factors than non-laminated labels.
Laminated labels are used in a variety of applications, and they are often used when there is a need for increased durability or protection for the label, and can be found on a wide range of products.
There are several types of lamination techniques that can be used to create laminated labels, including hot lamination, cold lamination, and UV lamination. The type of lamination used may depend on the specific needs and requirements of the application.