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90 Micron

Organic Laminate made from Sugar Cane fibres.

Gloss clear PE

25 Meter Lenghts

Heights 22cm to 60cm


  • Soft and easy to apply and can be used on almost all surfaces.
  • Very easy to use.
  • The self-adhesive, glossy protection tape is made of environmentally friendly bio-based plastic (90% sugar cane) and water-based acrylic adhesive. 


ORGANIC roll (25 Meters)

PriceFrom €23.93
  • Our ORGANIC range of adhesive book covering products are perfect for application on smooth surfaces of paperback books, comics, flyers, brochures, graphic novels, schoolbooks etc.  It is easy to use and to apply due to our delayed adhesive reaction which makes the covers repositionable upon application without damaging the surface of whatever it is you are covering.  It is easy to clean and disinfect whilst protecting from dirt, grime, grease, dust and everyday wear and tear.  It is a glossy clear film with a water based acid free adhesive.



    The I’m greenTM bio-based products are made from renewable source, the ethanol sugarcane. Replacing fossil fuels with a renewable feedstock significantly contributes to reducing the overall greenhouse gas emissions of the plastics value chain. As our I’m greenTM bio-based produtcts are drop-in, it does not require investment in new plastics-converting machines.


    Sugarcane: Agricultural Production, Bioenergy and Ethanol explores this vital source for "green" biofuel from the breeding and care of the plant all the way through to its effective and efficient transformation into bioenergy.  Sugar cane is a perennial grass, meaning it doesn't have to be replanted every year, so this also saves energy in that replanting is not required each year like traditional crops.



    I'm greenTM, bio-based and made from sugarcane, a renewable resource.
    I represent a better use of natural resources and I’m here to help reduce CO2 emissions!



    When fully grown, the sugar cane is harvested. It is then brought to the mills for further treating. The juice of the first pressing is mostly used to produce sugar. The following pressing extracts the residual sugar to produce ethanol. Ethanol is used as biofuel or as the main element for the bio-based plastic (I‘m greenTM plastic). The residual waste fibres (called bagasse) are used to drive the mill, using the heat of the steam for the production of electricity. This procedure makes the sugar cane very inventive. The ashes, together with the waste residue, called vinasse, can then be reused as fertiliser. Vinasse is rich in organic nutrients and water. This organic fertilisation on the sugar cane fields reduces the need for chemical fertilisers and thus contributes to reducing greenhouse gas emissions.


    The bioethanol is then dehydrated to produce ethylene, which is then polymerised as a plastic resin. This is the plastic that is used for production of E-Lam’s ORGANIC book protection film.


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