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Galileo - Self-Adhesive Materials
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Self-Adhesive Materials

General Information

Self-adhesive materials produced by Galileo Coating Technologies is a new range of materials manufactured under the GelioLabel SA (Self Adhesive) brand.

The following types of printing can be used when working with GelioLabel SA:

  • flexographic, letterpress, litho,  
  • gravure,  
  • screen printing. 

Face materials can have a basis weight of up to 320 g/sq m
Technical possibilities for choosing formats:

  • between 100 mm and 2.000 mm wide 
  • reels up to 4.000 m
  • min.width 5 mm

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Storage Conditions

  • The materials should be stored under 20°С and relative humidity of 50%.
  • If warehouse conditions differ from those of the print shop the materials need to be acclimatised (in the original wrapping) at the print shop at least 24 hours before use.
  • If material reels are not being used immediately they should be kept in the original wrapping, preferably on a pallet in a vertical position.
  • Never put materials on the floor. Place them on the pallets that should contain plastic sheets or sheets made from other water-resistant materials.
  • Avoid hot temperatures, which can cause the adhesive to bleed at the edges. Never store self-adhesive materials next to heating places.
  • Avoid excess humidity as this may cause the material to absorb the moisture and will lead to waving, wrinkling, twisting, and adhesive bleeding.
  • If the self-adhesive materials have not been used up completely and there are no plans to use it in the immediate future, in case the original wrapping is not intact, it should be wrapped in polyethylene or plasticised paper to protect it from dust and humidity fluctuations.

If the material rolls are cut in the print shop, please keep the following in mind:

  • The blades should be sharp and clean. Adhesive remains should be regularly removed from the blades.
  • If the cut-up reels have been stacked for storage, they should be lined with siliconised paper to prevent them for clinging.
  • Avoid an excessively tight reeling to prevent the adhesive from bleeding at the edges, or an overly loose reeling as the reels can extend telescopically when used in the print machine.
  • The direction for cutting the reel should match the reeling direction of the original reel; otherwise the surface material can wrinkle or bubble.