Food packing Barrier films

Barrier film is an integral part of food packaging solutions, especially in thin plastic-based products. Do you know how many main kinds of Food packing Barrier films?Here,let’s talk about it!

First,Because the overall success of food packaging depends on the efficacy of barrier films, it’s critical to select the right type of film for your specific application. In order to do so, several variables should be kept in mind.

1—The highly flexible ethylene vinyl alcohol (EVOH) barrier film, for instance, is ideal for fish, poultry, and meat packaging, as it has an OTR of only 0.6cc/m2 and can be used as a substrate or as independent packaging material.

2—Polyester (PET), a high-performing film is used as a laminating substrate. It provides an excellent oxygen barrier, durability, and heat resistance. When laminated onto certain other materials, it also provides a strong water barrier and UV protection.

3—Coating PET film with a soft saran laminate creates KPET, a laminate for use on other films. It has strong gas, moisture, and vapor properties, making it ideal for use in flexible food packaging for dry goods, very odiferous goods, and goods that are sensitive to absorbing other odors.

4—-Nylon, meanwhile, is specifically designed to be cooked or microwaved, as it has high strength and a very high melting point. Linear low-density polyethylene (LLDPE) has high clarity and a very high OTR — as high as 2500cc/m2 — making it ideal for flexible fresh produce food packaging. Finally, polypropylene — a clear, high barrier flexible film for food packaging — features good moisture barrier and high OTR.

These films represent only a small number of the many high barrier films available. If you want to get more details about high barrier films info, welcome contact us via [email protected]