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Development 65 EW-214 Product Spec
offers strength and opacity


The Development 65 EW-214 supplied by Exxon Mobil Chemical are used in the subsea oil and gas industry. Digilyte 65 EW-214 is white, polypropylene, pressure-sensitive, lable facestok designed to be printed on an Indigo Omnius One-Shot Color press.


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Development 65 EW-214 by Exxon Mobil Chemical, Digilyte 65 EW-214 is white, polypropylene, pressure-sensitive, lable facestok designed to be printed on an Indigo Omnius One-Shot Color press. This film offers strength and opacity. The Electroink receptive coating assures excellent anchorage and improved abrasion resistance with the Electroink digital printing inks. The opposite surface is coated to provide excellent pressure-sensitive adhesive adhesion. Excellent opacity Excellent ink adhesion and abrasion resistance when printed with Indigo Electroink Good stiffness for automatic and hand-applied label dispensing.
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