India-based Uflex has developed a new cast polypropylene (CPP) film for use in packaging applications.
The new film is said to provide a more robust seal than other CPP and Polyethylene (PE) films, and increase the shelf life of packed goods from six months to almost a year.
It also addresses several issues, including the poor runability of laminate on Form-Fill-Seal (FFS) machines and contamination.
Developed after more than a year of research and development, the film features low seal initiation temperature (SIT), high and broad hot tack strength, and a high-quality hermeticity seal.
According to Uflex, it can be used in several applications, including snack, condiment and over-the-mountain (OTM) packaging.
The film is resistant to nitrogen flushing and is available in plain, metallised and white CPP variants.
It is said to enhance the speed and steadiness of the packaging process, and meet demanding sealing requirements.
Uflex has packaging film manufacturing facilities in India, Mexico, Egypt, Poland, the UAE and the US.
The company also caters to markets in more than 140 countries worldwide.
Image: Laminate with Robust Seal Performance CPP film. Photo: courtesy of Uflex.