These films are used for creating complex laminated structures together with other materials such as PET, OPP, PA, PE, PVC, and they are used for the production of packagings mostly for the food industry (meat products, fish products, frozen foods, loose products, hygienic products). Our products consist of 3 or 5 layers.
We produce multi-layer barrier films in the PE/PA/PE or PE/EVOH/PE structures that are mostly used for packing food products.
Films for COC labels
We provide you PE films that are characterized by exceptional optical and mechanical properties that cannot be achieved with the use of standard formulas based on standard LDPE/LLDPE raw materials. Our offer of COC films used for lamination and the production of labels is targeted at clients who would like to offer the highest quality on the market to their recipients.
Multi-layer film for COC lamination manufactured with the use of mixtures of polyethylenes and polyolefin copolymers subjected to the machine orientation process (MDO).
The product has much better optical and mechanical characteristics as compared to other lamination films available on the market.
Multi-layer film based on mixtures of polyethylene and polyolefin copolymers subjected to the machine orientation process (MDO). Thanks to excellent stiffness, high transparency and gloss, the product is recommended as a material for the production of bottle labels - replacing PVC film.
Packagings for bread packing
Our company manufactures products for packing bread both fresh and frozen: both in the form of FFS film, simple bottom weld bags and wicket bags. Products intended for the food industry made at our company undergo strict quality control at the plant laboratory. Our films are manufactured in modern industrial halls that meet the highest hygienic standards confirmed by the BRC IoP certificate in assessment A.
Technical parameters for FFS films
Technical parameters for bottom weld bags
Types and parameters of wicket bags
Types of wicket bags
MDO (MACHINE DIRECTION ORIENTATION) is a process involving one-axis stretching of extruded film in the machine direction. This action orders polymer chains, thus giving the film parameters that cannot be achieve by non-oriented films:
- higher stiffness
- higher transparency
- higher strength
- lower vapour and gas permeability
- higher susceptibility to deep extrusion
Thanks to their properties, MDO films allow for using much thinner films than before, which results in lower consumption of materials and savings for our clients.