Electrostatic Protective Film Technical Parameters
|electrostatic protective film
|200 M – 1000M
|2.6M maximum (slice upon request)
|3 layers coextrude blown film
|Various Glossy Surface Protection
Electrostatic Protective Film Viedo
Electrostatic Protective Film FAQ
- Q1: What is an electrostatic protective film? What are its characteristics and application scenarios?
A1：Electrostatic protective film is a material used to prevent the accumulation of static electricity, usually composed of a thin film layer with good electrical conductivity. It can effectively prevent the accumulation and discharge of static charges, thereby effectively protecting electronic products (such as mobile phones, tablets, laptops, digital cameras, etc.) from electrostatic damage.
- Q2. What is electrostatic film?
A2: Electrostatic film is a kind of transparent film with static electricity on the surface, which can be adsorbed and adhered to the surface of the substrate to achieve the purpose of protection. It uses the electrostatic adsorption properties of the film itself to stick the film and the substrate together, so as to achieve the effect of protecting the substrate. It does not require any adhesive or glue, so it has the advantages of lightness, convenience, and environmental protection. Electrostatic film is usually made of LDPE polyester film, PET material or aluminized film and other materials.
- Q3. Why use electrostatic film?
A3: Electrostatic film can stick multiple films together without using adhesives, so it has the characteristics of convenience, lightness, and environmental protection. At the same time, the electrostatic film can also prevent the adhesion of dust and fingerprints, making the screen easier to clean. In addition, the electrostatic film has a strong electrostatic adsorption force, which can effectively protect the screen from scratches or damage.
Q4. What are the disadvantages of electrostatic film?
A4: Although electrostatic film has many advantages, it also has some disadvantages. First of all, the adhesive performance of the electrostatic film is relatively weak, and a special electrostatic film adhesive is required to firmly adhere to the screen. Secondly, the electrostatic film has poor wear resistance and is easily scratched or damaged. In addition, the light transmittance of the electrostatic film is relatively low, so the viewing effect may be affected when the screen is used indoors.
Advantages of Electrostatic Protective Film
Electrostatic protective films have several advantages over other types of protective films, including:
No adhesive residue
Unlike traditional adhesive films, electrostatic films do not leave any residue or require any cleaning after removal. This makes them ideal for use on sensitive surfaces.
Easy to apply
Electrostatic films are easy to apply, as they do not require any adhesive or special tools. They can be easily cut to fit the desired shape and size.
Electrostatic films can be reused several times, making them an economical choice for protecting surfaces.
Protects against scratches
Electrostatic films are designed to protect surfaces against scratches, dust, and other types of debris.
Electrostatic films are available in clear varieties, which allows for unobstructed visibility of the protected surface.
Electrostatic films can be custom printed with logos, branding, and other designs, making them a great option for promotional or branding purposes.
Overall, electrostatic protective films offer a convenient and cost-effective solution for protecting surfaces from damage or wear.
Electrostatic Protective Film Application
The process of applying electrostatic protective film typically involves the following steps:
Clean and prepare the surface
Before applying the protective film, it is important to clean the surface to remove any dirt, dust, or other debris that may interfere with the adhesion of the film. Use a mild solution of soap and water and wipe the surface dry with a lint-free cloth.
Measure and cut the film
Measure the surface to be covered and cut the electrostatic protective film to size using a pair of scissors or a box cutter. Leave a margin of a few millimeters around the edges to ensure complete coverage of the surface.
Apply the film to the surface
Gently apply the electrostatic film to the surface, starting from one edge and working your way across. Smooth out any bubbles or creases as you go, using a credit card or other flat tool to press the film into place.
Trim the excess film
Once the electrostatic protective film is in place, use a sharp blade or other cutting tool to trim away any excess material around the edges.
Inspect the surface
After applying the protective film, inspect the surface for any remaining bubbles or creases. If necessary, carefully lift the edge of the film and reapply it to smooth out any imperfections.
Overall, applying electrostatic protective film is a fairly simple process that can be done with minimal tools and experience. By following these steps, you can ensure that your surfaces are protected from scratches, dust, and other types of damage.