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OPP films

OPP, Polypropylene, films are a material with unique strength, thinness, density confirmation transparency, and gloss. This can be used in packaging food, textile products, pharmaceuticals, and miscellaneous goods.

PET films

Our PET (polyester) film has high temperature and excellent barrier properties. It is used as a substrate for laminating and extrusion coating. PET film is used in flexible packaging or products. PET exhibits outstanding dimensional and thermal stability.

PA films

PA (polyamide) is a commonly used resin for the production of flexible packaging film. It has found countless applications for its unique combination of properties such as mechanical strength, transparency, thermo-formability and barrier.

PVC films

Our PVC Film or polyvinyl chloride film is a common type of shrink film although it has been in use in various industries for many years. Its characteristics can range from highly transparent to a matte finish. PVC is a polymer of vinyl chloride.

PE films

PE (polyethylene) is the most used thermoplastic material in the world. This cheap, versatile plastic is mainly known for its use in consumer markets. Examples include: shopping bags, food packaging, plastic bottles and other packaging.

Self Adhesive films

Our self adhesive films use both permanent and removable adhesives, depending on the intended application. It is required that it should be able to stand the commonly used resins, varnishes, and solvents.

PS films

Polystyrene (PS) plastic is a naturally transparent thermoplastic that is available as both a typical solid plastic as well in the form of a rigid foam material. PS plastic is commonly used in a variety of consumer product applications.

Laminated films

These films are designed for school laminators and for laminate-for-pay applications where material costs need to be minimized in order to save budget. Our standard melt laminating films operate between 280-290° Fahrenheit.