50# Aged Agave 100% PCW Wet Strength FSC® Certified and Optimized for HP Indigo Presses / H-318 / 1.2 Mil Clear 90% Recycled Polyester (r-PET)


50# Aged Agave 100% PCW Wet Strength FSC® Certified and Optimized for HP Indigo Presses : see other catalog options

This smooth natural colored facestock is made with Agave Sisalane fibers from reclaimed burlap coffee bean bags. This process gives the sheet a unique appearance and diverts used packaging from landfills. It is manufactured with “wet strength” properties to increase performance in moist environments. Top coated and optimized for HP Indigo Presses. This base sheet is manufactured Process Chlorine Free and is FSC Certified.

Basis Weight (25 x 38 / 500) 50 lbs.
Caliper 4.2 mils
Opacity 95 %
Tear Strength, MD / CD 47 / 47 gf
Tensile Strength, MD / CD 22 / 16 lb/in
PCW 100 %
Regulatory Compliances FSC® Certified, FSC® is a voluntary program, and not legally required to be adhered to, Processed Chlorine Free

H-318 : see other catalog options

H-318 is the ideal choice for high end beverage and spirits, with improved resistance to moisture and humidity after bottling and at presentation to the consumer. H-318 is an aggressive, blended emulsion acrylic adhesive with the unique ability to combine special characteristics from different adhesives. H-318 was engineered to provide excellent high initial tack and quicker label adhesion onto glass while providing functional converting performance on an array of paper and film face stocks.

Type Hybrid
Classification Emulsion Acrylic
Minimum Application Temp. 35 °F
Service Temperature Range +10 to +150 °F
Regulatory Compliances FDA 21 CFR 175.105

1.2 Mil Clear 90% Recycled Polyester (r-PET) : see other catalog options

A clear 90% recycled content polyester film liner with high strength and durability. Typically used for high speed automatic roll-to-roll applications.

Caliper 1.2 mils
Yield 16,800 sq. in/lb
Elongation at break, MD / TD 140 / 135 %
Haze 3.2 %
Tensile Strength, MD / TD 25,600 / 27,200 psi
Shrinkage at 302°F/30 min., MD / TD 1.6 / .2 %