With cross-link technology, ZDF08 is a perfect combination of performance and yield. This film is suitable for nearly all sealing systems because of its high strength and high seal-ability. The higher yielding gauges provide lower film cost per package and the efficiencies of fewer roll changes. ZDF08 is our high yield equivalent to ZDF03.
Available thickness: 10 micron, 13.5 micron, 17 micron, 22 micron
ZDF08 Economical Cross Linked Shrink Film is a cost-effective packaging material designed for businesses that require reliable and durable packaging without breaking the bank. This type of shrink film is produced by exposing the plastic film to high-energy radiation, causing the polymer chains to link together and form a more stable structure. The result is a stronger and more durable film that can withstand rough handling and extreme temperatures.
ZDF08 Economical Cross-Linked Shrink Film offers an affordable alternative to expensive packaging materials, without compromising on strength and durability.
2. Strength and Puncture Resistance
This film offers exceptional strength and puncture resistance, reducing the risk of damage during transportation and storage, and providing better protection for products.
ZDF08 Economical Cross-Linked Shrink Film has excellent clarity and transparency, making it an ideal choice for packaging products that need to be visible. Its transparency also makes it easy to scan barcodes or other identifying information, which is important in many industries.
This film can be customized in terms of size, thickness, and color, to meet various packaging needs.
ZDF08 Economical Cross-Linked Shrink Film can easily mold around the product being packaged once heat is applied, offering a secure and protective barrier against moisture, dust, and other contaminants.
ZDF08 Economical Cross-Linked Shrink Film is widely used in various industries such as retail, manufacturing, and distribution, where cost-effectiveness and durability are key considerations. It is suitable for wrapping irregularly shaped or oversized objects, bundling and collating small items, and protecting delicate or fragile products.
ZDF08 Economical Cross-Linked Shrink Film is a cost-effective packaging material that offers exceptional strength, clarity, customization options, and shrinkability. These features make it an ideal choice for businesses looking to save money on packaging materials without sacrificing quality or performance.
|TEST ITEM||UNIT||ASTM TEST||TYPICAL VALUES|
|Tensile Strength (MD)||N/mm²||D882||130||130||130||125|
|COF(Film To Film)||-|
|WaterVapor Transmission Rate||gm/㎡/day||F1249||40.5||32.5||25.5||19.5|
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A: Cross-linked film is a type of plastic film that has been treated with a process called cross-linking, which creates a molecular network between the polymer chains. This can improve the physical properties of the film, such as its strength, durability, and resistance to heat and chemicals. Cross-linked films are often used in applications where high performance and long-term durability are required, such as in construction, aerospace, and automotive industries.
A: Cryovac is a brand name for a type of plastic food packaging film produced by Sealed Air Corporation. Cryovac films are designed to provide barrier protection against oxygen, moisture, and other contaminants, helping to extend the shelf life of perishable food items.
A: POF (polyolefin) shrink film is a type of plastic film that is designed to shrink when exposed to heat. It is commonly used for packaging a variety of products, including food items, electronics, and consumer goods.
A: PVC (polyvinyl chloride) and polyolefin are both types of plastic films used in packaging, but they have some differences in their properties and applications. PVC films are known for their clarity and ability to conform tightly to the product being wrapped, making them popular for packaging food items and consumer goods. However, PVC releases toxic fumes when heated, which can be harmful to the environment and human health. Polyolefin films, on the other hand, are considered to be more environmentally friendly because they do not release toxic fumes when heated. They are also known for their strength and durability, making them suitable for packaging heavy or irregularly shaped items.