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Tear-resistant flexible polymeric film with at least one embossed zone. The at least one embossed zone includes a number of adjacent embossed patterns through the film material.
Each embossed pattern includes either at least one spiral embossed rib formation having a number of turns spaced from each other by corresponding spiral less-embossed film material or an array of concentric embossed rib formations.
The film could take the shape of a bag, especially a disposable bag with a thin wall, where the embossed patterns boost the bag’s rip resistance.The entire embossed zone may be covered by the embossed patterns.
A measurement of a sheet or film’s resistance to tearing. In the case of paper, it refers to the amount of force needed to complete a tear in a single sheet of paper. There are three accepted methods for evaluating the tear resistance of plastic films.
The Global tear resistant flexible film market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2030.
The creator of the prestigious ClearFoil, Rollprint Packaging Products, is introducing yet another high-barrier innovation. Its new Exponent film is the result of a partnership between Rollprint’s ClearFoil and Ineos’ Barex.
The substance is intended for use in chemically delicate applications like those in the pharmaceutical industry.
Exponent is made by extruding or adhering barrier-coated polyester ClearFoil on the Barex acrylonitrile-methyl acrylate copolymer.
The first commercially available package types are projected to include flow wrap, lidding, and pre-made or inline pouching applications.
Exponent’s lower gauge and fewer layers compared to conventional foil-based high-barrier constructions save money and improve the environmental profile for a variety of medicinal goods.
The structure’s high barrier and clear qualities also make it a good replacement for glass vials, which manufacturers are still having trouble producing due to cost and breakage.
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