Mono PP films
High or mid barrier mono PP films for food packaging. Main polymer purity of 90-95%. These laminates are developed for the best clarity, with good sealing performance for any packaging type of your product. Our products maintain the performance of your equipment, yet making your packaging recyclable with possibilities to reduce the thickness and weight of your pack. To reach this we exclude BOPET, BOPA or other polymer from the standard structure. Then replace them with most suitable PP films and design fully mono PP laminate.
We make a custom approach on each project. Wide variety is a challenge for all, but we have a strong support from our partners – R&D focused producers of PP film. Combining their latest development with ours, we manage to cover all the needs of the customers.
Mono PP (Monolayer Polypropylene) films are a type of plastic film made from a single layer of polypropylene polymer. Polypropylene is a versatile thermoplastic material known for its excellent balance of properties, which makes it suitable for a wide range of applications. Mono PP films have specific characteristics and are used for various purposes, including:
- Packaging: Mono PP films are commonly used in packaging applications. They offer excellent clarity, making them suitable for packaging products where visibility of the contents is important. These films are often used for packaging food items, snacks, confectionery, and non-food items like stationery, textiles, and more.
- Labels: Mono PP films can be used as label materials. They provide a printable surface that can be customized with graphics, text, and barcodes. Labels made from PP films are commonly used in the labeling of bottles, containers, and various consumer products.
- Lamination: PP films can be laminated onto other materials, such as paper or paperboard, to provide additional strength, moisture resistance, and durability. This is often seen in the production of flexible packaging materials like pouches and bags.
- Shrink Films: Mono PP films can be used as shrink films, typically in the form of shrink sleeves or labels. When heated, they shrink tightly around the product or container, providing tamper-evident seals and attractive packaging for items like beverages, cosmetics, and household products.
- Stationery: Polypropylene films are used in stationery products such as folders, book covers, and clear plastic sleeves due to their transparency, durability, and resistance to moisture and tearing.
- Textile Packaging: Mono PP films can be used in the packaging of textiles, such as clothing and fabric rolls, to protect them from dust and moisture while allowing customers to see the product.
- Medical Packaging: PP films can also be used in medical packaging applications where a sterile and transparent barrier is required for products like surgical instruments or medical devices.
Those films are chosen for these applications because of their properties, including good moisture resistance, high tensile strength, chemical resistance, and optical clarity. Additionally, they are relatively lightweight and cost-effective compared to some other plastic films, making them a popular choice in various industries where these characteristics are important.