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Clear Weld Seal Mark II

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Clear polymer film forming a permanent seal to Polypropylene that can not be peeled and is difficult to pierce. Good optical clarity and solvent resistance. Non-pierceable. Non-peelable.
Product Clear Weld Seal Mark II
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