Orlando, FL, February 26, 2015 --(PR.com
)-- Coveris Advanced Coatings recently exhibited at ICE USA 2015 at the International Converting Centre in Orlando, Florida. ICE USA is North America’s largest technological and innovated show in the market of converting and processing of flexible web based materials. Thousands of converting professionals gather from all over the world to attend the exhibition.
Coveris Advanced Coatings has extensive experience in the coating and converting of film, foil and paper products. They develop, manufacture and distribute precision – coated papers, films and speciality substrates for digital imaging, electronics, medical and optical technologies.
Coveris Advanced Coatings attended the show to drive new business and promote its branded products and services; Contract Coatings, reflex™, inspire®, z-flo® and strat-fx™.
For 50 years the company has been recognised as a global leader in providing coating services (contract coating and toll coating) from its manufacturing facilities in the USA and UK.
A range of high grade overlay films developed to meet the exacting requirements of Screen Printers, Membrane Touch Switch and Fascia-panel manufacturers and their end users.
The inspire® brand offers a variety of medical components from ultra-thin polyurethane films and polyurethane foam to innovative medical grade adhesives and conductive films.
z-flo® conductive film and coated foil products are used in a variety of applications that include medical and other types of electrodes, medical diagnostic devices, lithium batteries and capacitors.
strat-fx™ Optically Clear Adhesive Film is a free-standing, pressure sensitive , bonding film designed specifically for laminating both smooth and rough substrates.
The show provided an excellent opportunity for Coveris Advanced Coatings to network and meet with its customers and vendors. Several promising leads were also made with the potential to progress into trial activities moving on to full scale production.
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