Coated films offer unique properties such as excellent moisture, oxygen, flavor and aroma barriers. BOPP and PET films are the most commonly used base films.
These films are coated commonly with polyvinylidene chloride (PVDC) and/or Acrylic (AC). The general characteristics of these films depend on the type of coating material used.
PVDC coated films have excellent moisture, oxygen, flavor and aroma barrier properties.
AC films also have great flavor and aroma barrier properties and good heat seal strength.
- Excellent hot tack and low heat seal initiation.
- Superior gloss.
- Low COF for better machine speed during packaging.
-High OTR and WVTR barrier properties.
- Available in one side or two sides coated PVDC.
- Available in one side or two sides coated AC.
- Available in one side AC and the other side PVDC coated.
- Available in PVOH coated format for excellent OTR barrier.
- Available in BOPP, PET, BOPA, PE films and paper base formats.
- Top coated films for enhanced ink adhesion.
- Available in BOPP, PET, PE films and paper base formats.
Specialty sealant layers
- Lidding films to seal different trays and cups.
Coatings for antifog property:
- Thickness: range from 12 micron to 3 mil
- Heat seal initiation: range from 85 C to 115C
- Food packaging
- Labels and tags