C-P Flexible Packaging’s division Cleanroom Film and Bags (CFB) has announced the expansion of its operations to fulfil the rising demand for nylon packaging solutions.

The company specialises in manufacturing and supplying sterile nylon cleanroom packaging for a wide range of industrial customers, mainly including in the electrical, medical, semiconductor, food, aerospace and pharmaceutical industries.

CFB general manager Jaime Read said: “CFB’s state-of-the-art cleanroom facility raises the bar for nylon packaging and allows us to supply nylon cleanroom packaging with exceptionally short lead times that are unheard of in the industry.

“This expansion allows us to continue to meet the growing demands of our customers globally, while staying at the forefront of cleanroom packaging innovation.”

According to CFB, nylon is the preferred material for cleanroom packaging solutions as it is durable and friction resistant, but it can also withstand puncture.

CFB said its packaging comprises the purest form of polyamide film, which has the lowest amounts of ionic contamination and outgassing, allowing the company to offer the highest quality and traceability standards to its customers.

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It is made from ‘unplasticised’ food-grade nylon, which is produced using 100% virgin barefoot resin that is processed without aids or additives.

Nylon is capable of surviving extreme temperatures while providing high-quality oxygen and gas-barrier characteristics.

It is also compatible with different types of sterilisation methods, such as gas, radiation and steam.

The California-based company further said that its offerings include both orange anti-static nylon packaging, mainly used for static-control purposes, as well as clear nylon packaging.

CFB’s claimed its nylon packaging is in compliance with IEST-STD-CC1246E (Level 50) Cleanliness standards as well as NASA JPG 5322.1E (Level 50) Contamination Control Requirements.