BOPP and BOPET Films are extensively used for flexible packaging to ensure good appeal, product protection and extended shelf life. Common examples of flexible packaging are various single or multilayer packaging structures like pouches and bags.
BOPP tape film is extensively used for self-adhesive tape applications. Flame treatment is preferred on such films to retain the surface treatment for longer periods. Textile BOPP film is also used for packaging of textile garments like shirts, sarees etc. Textile films are generally transparent in nature and printed in selective applications only. Packaging for bulky items like blanket etc requires high seal strength. Tape and textile films are generally treated on one side only.
These films are used on the top side of plastic containers and lend a certain degree of peelability with very high seal integrity. Polyester films are coated with lacquer to make them peelable. Polyester film for lidding application is also isotropic in nature. Some common applications are water, yogurt etc.
BOPP Films are used to protect media like paper or card board. These films are both side treated and available in glossy and matte variants. One side is reverse printed and then laminated to the media. This applications is generally used in book covers, menu cards, posters and calendars.
Thin Polyester Film is widely used in industrial application as an insulation medium. Some common applications are cable overwrap, wires, transformers, membrane touch switches and Flexible printed circuit boards.
Thick polyester film (more than 50 microns) is used for ground and phase insulation in motor applications. These films are also available in milky white and hazy variants.
Thick polyester films (more than 50 microns) are used for ground and phase insulation in motor applications. These films are also available in milky white and hazy variants.
Pressure sensitive label is used mainly in cosmetics, wrap around label in water and carbonated drink bottles and In-mould label in cups, containers and trays. In the case of In-mould applications, the label becomes an integral part of the product.