A laminate is a material constructed by uniting two or more layers of material together. The process of creating a laminate is lamination, which in common parlance refers to the placing of something between layers of plastic and sealing them with heat and/or pressure, usually with an adhesive.

Security laminating films are manufactured in substrates such as polyester, polypropylene, and nylon with adhesives that allow exceptional bonding and clarity for graphic applications.

CODOR security films are available in a choice of gauges, finishes, widths and thicknesses from 32um up to 250 um.

Security films are sophisticated and of high qualities to meet international standards. Such as formats, thickness and durability. This is also stressed by amongst others approval by ISO (International Organization for Standardization) certifications etc.

The quality of the laminating bonding poces is mainly based on the proportions between the PET (Polyethylene) and PE (adhesive). Several adhesives (PE’s) are available in the laminating market.

The laminating anchor coating is responsible for the sustainability of the security film.

All CODOR laminating films are matching pairs which is a standard feature (ISO) for security applications. Matching pairs foresees unequal documents, ID-cards and “card warpage”.