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HERMA PP Paperprint (813)

White, matt, opaque, corona treated polypropylene film

Product information - Label material - Issue 08.2017

Grammageapprox. 60 g/m²ISO 536
Caliperapprox. 80 µmISO 534
Tensile stress MDapprox. 50 N/mm²ISO 527
Tensile stress CDapprox. 130 N/mm²ISO 527
Opacityapprox. 88,00 %ISO 2471

Available as a standard with the following adhesives:

Application and use

HERMA PP Paperprint combines the high print quality of coated paper with the durability of PP films. With HERMA PP Paperprint an excellent print quality can be achieved in all traditional printing methods such as flexo, letterpress, gravure and offset printing. Furthermore the film is perfectly suited for subsequent inscription with matrix or thermal transfer printers using resin or resin/wax ribbons. Before printing it is recommended to freshen up the corona pretreatment.

HERMA PP Paperprint features high weather and UV-resistance and is thus perfectly suited for outdoor applications.

It is recommended to convert HERMA PP Paperprint within one year from date of production.

In combination with our UV acrylic adhesive 63B the film complies with BS 5609/II (resistance to sea water) and is thus also suitable for labelling containers destined for transportation via sea route.

Recommended storage

If HERMA PP Paperprint is stored inside under standard conditions, the material properties won't change over the time. If it is stored outside, the shelf life is one year, depending on the exposure to direct sunlight.

Regulations concerning contact with food

Regarding its migration behaviour, HERMA PP Paperprint comply with the requirements of directive 22/72/EC relating to plastic materials and articles intended to come into contact with foodstuffs (this directive is meanwhile replaced by regulation (EU) No. 1/211) and with regulation (EC) No. 1935/24 on materials and articles intended to come into contact with food, as well as with national regulations for food contact materials and articles.

HERMA PP Paperprint can be used in direct contact for more than 24 hours up to 4 °C degrees with aqueous, alcoholic, fatty and dry food. This grade is not suitable for contact with acidic food (pH < 4,5).


All statements, technical information and recommendations regarding HERMA products are given in good faith and are based on tests that we believe to be reliable, but do not constitute a guarantee or warranty. We give no guarantee as to the suitability of the product for a specific application, this should be tested by the user. Unless otherwise agreed in writing, we only accept liability within the scope of our General Terms and Conditions of Delivery and Payment.

HERMA GmbH, Adhesive Material Division, 70791 Filderstadt, Phone +49 (0) 711 7702-0, Fax +49 (0) 711 7702-381

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