safety film

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safety film

[′sāf·tē ‚film]
(graphic arts)
Films made from cellulose acetate, polyester, and other plastics that are not readily flammable.
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The cellulose acetate film can be used for pressure sensitive labels and tapes, carton windows and print lamination.
Some advances in this area include A-D Strips produced by the Image Permanence Institute, which can be placed in enclosed spaces, such as drawers and boxes, to detect the presence of acetic acid, the primary indicator of "vinegar syndrome," or the chemical decomposition of cellulose acetate film bases (Image Permanence Institute, 2002a).
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