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High barrier films are flexible materials that keep out other elements like light, air, and water from entering or leaving the packaging of a product. Bags and pouches are only a couple of the flexible packaging products that use high-barrier films.
High barrier films are flexible materials that keep out other elements like light, air, and water from entering or leaving the packaging of a product.
All films have some degree of permeability, but high-barrier films provide a number of benefits above conventional, single-layered films.
Materials for packaging that offer more protection to the contents within are in higher demand. Concerns about the ability of plastics to permit the exchange of gases that could jeopardise the quality and safety of packed goods have given rise to this.
The Global transparent high barrier 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.
(J-200P0) from Jindal Poly films has a translucent polyester packing film with a PVdC-coated side. The film can be sealed coating to coating and is printed on the coated side. Excellent moisture, oxygen, and fragrance barriers are present.
Its standard thickness is 12, 13, 14, 25, 32, and 38, and the film can be used for pasteurisation without losing its transparency or barrier qualities.
Some of its characteristics are pasteurisation resistance, excellent water, gas, and fragrance barriers, high transparency, excellent dimensional stability, and suitability for flexo and gravure printing. PVdC can also be laminated with other substrates with ease.
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