PVC THERMOSHRINK FILMS
PVC packaging films
APPLICATION FOR HEAT-SHRINK FILM
Heat-shrink film for packaging is an extremely useful material that works well in many different industries. Its importance in storing a variety of products cannot be underestimated.
This material can also be used for packaging products for other purposes, which is confirmed by numerous positive opinions of our satisfied customers who appreciate the possibility of using this type of packaging. As a professional manufacturer, we support the cosmetics, chemical, paper, and printing industries, manufacturers of plastic products (including toys), as well as packaging and logistics service providers, and hypermarkets. How can heat-shrink film be used in a simple and effective way? The packaging is made by means of thermoshrinking performed with the use of appropriate packaging machines. This allows the entire product to be conveniently covered with the heat-shrink film.
|Density||1295 - 1400|
|Length of half-sleeve [m]||750||650||550||450||400|
|Length of band [mm]||1500||1300||1100||900||800|
|Width of band [mm]||250 do 600 (co 50)|
|Shrink (horizontal/vertical) [%]||35 x 35 (standard)|
|Weight and length tolerance [%]||± 3 %|
Characteristics of heat-shrink film for packaging
The wrapping is performed by way of heat-shrinking with the use of proper packaging equipment. Given its very good shrinking capabilities at a relatively low temperature (80–120°C), as well as its thinness, heat-shrinkable PVC film is used mainly for packaging low weight and size products such as promotional packages, puzzle games, board games, cosmetics, personal hygiene articles, CDs, audiotapes and videotapes, books, office supplies, photo albums, plastic goods, as well as chocolate and cookie boxes and bread. Heat-shrink film is perfect for any application where special packaging of products is required. Also, attractive appearance of the products is preserved.
Why is it a good idea to choose a special heat-shrink film?
PVC film packaging is an effective protection against dirt and damage, and makes the products look nicer. It is non-toxic and may be recycled. PVC waste may be burnt and the calorific value of this waste is comparable to that of a coal mine (approximately 4,500 kcal/kg). Thickness of the film is from 15 to 30 microns, width – from 200 to 1200 mm, with crosswise and longwise shrink – up to 45%.