PET (polyethylene terephthalate) film is a type of plastic film that is commonly used as a substrate for PVC (polyvinyl chloride) ceiling, door, and window films.
PET film is a strong and durable material that is resistant to moisture, chemicals, and UV light. It also has a high melting point, making it suitable for use in high-temperature environments.
When used as a substrate for PVC films, the PET film provides a stable and reliable base for the PVC film to adhere to. The PVC film is then applied to the surface of the PET film using an adhesive. This creates a laminated product that has the durability and strength of PET film with the decorative and functional properties of PVC film.
PVC films can be printed with various designs and colors, giving it a wide range of aesthetic possibilities, such as wood grain, marble, floral, etc. It can be used to create decorative and functional elements for buildings and other structures, such as ceilings, doors, and windows.
The PET/PVC film is widely used in commercial and residential construction, as it is easy to install, low maintenance, and can be cut to size on-site. It can be used to cover existing surfaces, such as drywall or paneling, to update the look of a room or building.