Low Shrink Energy Food Grade Shrink Wrap Environment Friendly High
POF Shrink Wrap Film
Center-folded polyolefin shrink wrap film is a great option for
packaging a variety of products.
Companies have moved to using polyolefin to package everything from
consumable products to bundling insect sprays.
The film is folded length ways onto the roll to allow users to
quickly insert the product being packaged into the fold crease.
Once the product is placed into the fold crease, film will be
covering the product on both sides.
Matched Packaging Machine for POF Shrink Wrap Film
*Side sealer continuous motion
*Side sealer intermittent motion
*Automatic L-bar sealer
*Semi-automatic L-bar Sealer
*Vertical L-bar Sealer
*2 in 1 shrink wrapper
1. POF shrink film
3. Good packing effect
- Increased uptime and higher productivity with longer reel lengths
and low shrink energy.
- Excellent clarity and optics for improved retail appeal.
- Very strong sealing, high impact strength and greater tear
resistance for pack integrity.
- The most reliable Polyolefin film for chamber shrink wrap machines
|YC06 High Performance Shrink Film Performance Table|
|TEST ITEM||UNIT||ASTM TEST||TYPICAL VALVES|
|MD/Hot Wire Seal||N/mm||F88||0.72||0.68||0.75||0.95|
|TD/Hot Wire Seal||0.65||0.65||0.72||0.91|
|COF(Film To Film)|
|Static(Hot Slip) @60℃||0.28||0.31||0.28||0.26|
|Gloss @ 45Deg||D2457||80.5||82.0||84.0||84.0|
|Oxygen Transmission Rate||cc/m2/day||D3985||13500||12900||11700||9600|
|Water Vapor Transmission Rate||gm/m2/day||D1249||58||52||45||38|
|SHRINKAGE PROPERTIES||MD TD MD TD MD|
|Free Shrinkage||80℃||%||D2732||20 23 20 15 17|
|90℃||28 35 32 22 28|
|100℃||44 48 47 42 47|
|110℃||57 57 56 54 55|
|120℃||65 64 64 62 62|
|130℃||70 69 67 67 65|
|Shrink Tension||90℃||Mpa||D2838||1.80 2.10 2.20 1.95 2.10|
|100℃||2.15 2.25 2.40 2.40 2.50|
|110℃||2.50 2.70 2.65 2.75 2.85|
|120℃||2.40 2.40 2.50 2.60 2.60|
History and Use of Shrink Wrap Film
Although shrink wrap film is widely known by most people, unless
you are in the packing and shipping industry you probably haven’t
stopped to think about its history and how it is used.
Shrink wrap was first used to wrap buildings, yes, buildings by a
company called Global Wrap in the 1980s. Wrapping buildings with
shrink wrap is an effective method to protect the environment from
toxins caused by asbestos and lead removal. The company also used
shrink wrap to construct temporary shelters after an Iranian
earthquake in 1990. Shrink wrap is now used not only in continuing
to wrap buildings, but wrapping cars, electronics, X rated books to
protect the eyes of the little ones, beverage pallets, boxes,
crates, and is also used to combine objects together. The wrap
itself is made out of a high quality polymer that is designed to
withstand damage caused during transportation, damage from weather,
and from moisture. In order for the shrinking effect to take place,
heat must be applied. This is done with a heat gun for smaller
objects, and heat tunnels for larger products. The way the wrap is
designed with molecules arranged on the material in the same form
as a bowl of spaghetti. It is stretched out, and put in a frozen
like state. The material stays this way until heat is applied,
making it bounce back down to its original size. This is how the
shrinking affect is achieved.