Pressure Sensitive Laminate - What is a pressure sensitive laminate?
Definition of PRESSURE SENSITIVE LAMINATE:
A label construction made up of three layers; a face material, a pressure sensitive adhesive, and a backing sheet coated in a release agent. The layers are laminated together and then die cut to produce the individual labels. The final product can be in sheet, roll, or fan-fold format. Pressure sensitive laminates use an adhesive that is tacky in normal conditions, meaning the labels only need the pressure of a finger or hand to adhere to a substrate.Go Back to Glossary