Heat Shrink Films
Heat shrink films are single- or multi-layer films supplied as flat films, tubes, or tubes with gussets used to fix pallets, boxes, or bags. Heath shrink films are the regular method of packaging in automatic packaging lines or by manually applying heat to the film. The perimeter of the tube wider than the perimeter of the pallet and application of the correct heat intensity will cause the film to shrink and fix the content of the pallet. Compared to stretch-hood films, it is necessary to operate a heat source in the packaging premises and to apply the correct heat intensity in the space (local burning through the film or insufficient and/or unbalanced shrink), more film is used, but the film is substantially less expensive. The “tube” film is used mostly for fixing pallets with loaded bags (bulk materials, chemicals, granulate), glass, paper, or construction materials (bricks, blocks, concrete prefabricates, curbs, cements, etc.), to pack household appliances, furniture, and wood products. The flat film is used to pack insulation and construction materials, wood and wood products, paper, for collation shrink and for other products. Verified compositions for numerous specific applications – high strength, does not stick to other materials when shrinking, homogeneous shrinking and defined shrinking rate, potential for substantial thickness reduction, printing by as many as 6 colours, additives as necessary, etc.
Dimensions: Perimeter: up to 6 000 mm, Width of flat film: up to 2 050 mm, Thickness: up to 220 my, Winding: up to 750 kg.
Ing. Gejza Katona – Chief Commercial Officer
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