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Polyonics, Inc.

POLYONICS, INC., established in 1995, is acknowledged by many as a global leader in advanced polymeric coating technologies for high performance film, tape and label applications.

Their performance labels, high temperature films and unique linered tapes offer a wide variety of properties which include:

  • Print receptivity
  • Static dissipation
  • Flame retardants
  • Temperature resistance
  • Chemical resistance
  • Protective overlays

Polyonics supports the major converters across the globe that specialize in engineered solutions for the electronics, electrical, aerospace and automotive industries. Polyonics’ materials meet the unique specifications of a wide variety of MIL-STD's, ASTM standards, and have UL & CUL recognition including UL 94VTM-0 rating for flammability.

Polyonics products are environmentally safe and comply with REACH & RoHS initiatives.

Their headquarters is based in Westmoreland, New Hampshire, with sales offices in Singapore, Shanghai & Shenzhen China.

Visit Polyonics at upcoming Trade Shows.

To learn more about the unique features of their materials or to request samples, contact a technical expert at info@polyonics.com or call (603)352-1415.

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How Does Electrostatic Discharge (ESD) Relate to Labels? (Electronics and Microelectronics Manufacturing) Static charges are generated when a label is removed from its liner, up to 1,000 volts/square inch, or more even when ESD workstation protection is observed. Since traditional pressure sensitive... (View Full Article)
What Happens When You Heat A Label? (.pdf) (Electronics and Microelectronics Manufacturing) When you change the temperature of any object, the object itself undergoes change, some physical, and some chemical. The kind of change and the extent of change depends on the temperature, and the... (View Full Article)