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Phoenix "PET-M E7075" is a high barrier, metallized, biaxially oriented polyester film with chemical pre-treatment beneath the metal surface and corona treatment on the opposite side. It offers improved metal adhesion, excellent gas, moisture and light barrier properties on a 35 gauge base sheet of PET-E 4160. "PET-M E 7075" provides good puncture and improved flex crack resistance in comparison to 48 gauge metallized polyester films. This metallized, hi-adhesion, ultra-high yield polyester film exhibits the following features:

  • Improved metal adhesion to the base sheet and decreased moisture sensitivity in laminations
  • Excellent gas, moisture and light barriers
  • 33% source reduction/yield improvement versus 48 gauge polyester films
  • Better flex crack & pinholing resistance versus thicker polyester films
  • Excellent dimensional stability reduces film shrinkage during processing

Typical Properties

Properties   Unit Typical Value Test Method
Physical Density g/cm3 1.4 ASTM D 1505
Haze % 2.6 ASTM D 1003
Tensile Strength MD kg/mm2 22 ASTM D 882
TD 25
Elongation MD % 105 ASTM D 882
TD 90
Tensile Modulus MD kgf/mm2 380 ASTM D 882
TD 410
Impact Strength kg/cm 3.5 Toyobo Method
  Co-efficient of Friction

(23C, 65% RH)

Static F/F

Dynamic F/F

0.40 ASTM D 1894
  Thermal Shrinkage

(150C, Air 30 min)

MD % 1.2 ASTM D 1204
TD 0.2
Barrier WVTR

(40C, 90% RH)

g/m224 hrs 1.0 ASTM D 96
  Oxygen Transmission

(20C, 0% RH)

cc/m224 hrs 1.0 ASTM D 2985
Optical Ultra Violet Transmission % 0 Spectrometer
Visible Light Transmission % <1.0 ASTM D 1003
Gloss (60) (Metal Side) % 800 ASTM D 523
Metal Thickness A 700 Conduct Meter (Hitachi CDM-3)
Optical Density   2.4 Macbeth TD904
Laminate Peel Bond Strength gf/15mm @ 180C & speed=300 mm/min 300 Adhsv (Dry) Lamn Extrusn Lamn
Pinholing Resistance cc/m2 - 24 hrs 1.0 Bending (Times) 0
2.8 50
4.8 100

Note: The technical data contained herein are guides to the use of Phoenix films and are based upon tests and information believed to be reliable. Users should not rely upon it absolutely for specific applications. Phoenix Films makes no guarantees of results and assumes no obligation or liability in connection with its advice. This data is not be taken as a license to operate under, or recommendation to infringe, any patents.

F.D.A. STATUS: PET films sold by Phoenix for food and medical packaging uses comply with U.S. Food and Drug Administration requirements under the Federal Food, Drug and Cosmetic Act as amended.


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Clearwater, FL 33767