PVC Shrink Film

B39. Description:
The B 39 film is used primarily for single-wound applications. The rigid property of B39 improves its performance on high-speed machinery.

Use:
With the high quality properties the B39 film can be used on all manual, semi-automatic and automatic shrink lines on the market giving excellent production performances.

Characteristics:
Shrinkage at low temperature • Excellent machine ability • Excellent sealing at low temperature with a range of +/- 20° C • Excellent clarity and gloss • Unbeatable product presentation after the quick heat treatment • Puncture proof and perfect elasticity • Minimization of packing production cost.

N 78. Description:
The N 78.film is a food approved shrink film based on a PVC compound in conformity with EEC directives. The film is produced with a 40:40 shrink ratio.

Use:
With the high quality properties the N78 film can be used on all manual, semi-automatic and automatic shrink lines on the market giving excellent production performances.

Characteristics:
Indicated for the packaging of food products, permeable to gas, water and high moisture transmission • Shrinkage at low temperature • Excellent machine ability • Excellent sealing at low temperature with a range of +/- 20° C • Excellent clarity and gloss • Unbeatable product presentation after the quick heat treatment • Puncture proof and perfect elasticity • Minimization of packing production cost.

MEC® 92. Description:
MEC®92 is a soft shrink film available based on a PVC compound in conformity with EEC directives. The film is available in a standard 40:40 shrink ratio. Low shrink is available for use with flimsy products may which curl using a standard shrink material. Anti-static treatment is available if required.

Use:
With the high quality properties the MEC®92 film can be used on all manual, semi-automatic and automatic shrink lines on the market giving excellent production performances.

Characteristics:
Indicated for the packaging of food products, permeable to gas, water and high moisture transmission • Shrinkage at low temperature • Excellent machine ability • Excellent sealing at low temperature with a range of +/- 20° C • Excellent clarity and gloss • Unbeatable product presentation after the quick heat treatment • Puncture proof and perfect elasticity • Minimization of packing production cost.

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