JLR Approve Third Automotive Protection Film

Surface Protection

Jaguar Land Rover has approved another Tecman automotive surface protection film for use on painted plastic interior parts. This is the third product from Tecman’s range of automotive protection films that has been certified for use by JLR.

The approval follows a series of successful tests on various painted plastic surfaces, including Piano Black Mankeiwicz Cycon 757-24 Dual UV Cure and Ebony Alexit Decorlac 349-29.

Automotive Surface Protection Film

Painted plastic interior parts are very sensitive to the adhesive systems on protection films. Incorrect selection can lead to witness marks and even adhesive residue. Tecman’s 1320700 Automotive Series Protection Film has been approved for use by Jaguar Land Rover offering complete protection against surface damage throughout the vehicle manufacturing process whilst ensuring clean removal without surface damage. The surface requires no polishing or finishing after removal.

The transparent properties of the surface protection film provide aesthetical benefits, particularly important when the protection film is used on interior surfaces requiring removal by the consumer. Due to the films good UV and environmental resistance it is also used over wheels for protecting against brake discs corrosion, particularly during maritime transportation and storage.


Product Name Colour Thickness (mm) UV Resistance Peel Adhesion
1320700 - Automotive Series Protection Film Transparent 70 μm 26 weeks Low


Tecman Intelligent Conversion

Tecman Advanced Material Engineers have over 25 years’ experience in developing self-adhesive solutions for manufacturing industries. By using intelligent conversion techniques, Tecman’s die-cut protection film solutions are developed to meet specific customer requirements and provide added value to facilitate rapid and accurate placement to increase productivity during automotive assembly and manufacturing processes. Contact us for further information about the protection film.

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