Low temperature polyolefin shrink film is a specialized packaging material known for its low shrink initiation temperature. The 75 gauge centerfolded rolls refer to a specific variation of this film, where the film is folded in half lengthwise, creating a center seam. This format is commonly used in automated packaging machinery for efficient and streamlined packaging processes.
Low Shrink Initiation Temperature: The film has a low shrink initiation temperature, enabling safe and effective packaging of heat-sensitive products without compromising their quality or appearance.
Centerfolded Format: The centerfolded rolls offer convenience and compatibility with automated packaging machinery, optimizing packaging processes and increasing production efficiency.
Clarity and Visibility: The film provides excellent clarity, allowing for clear visibility of the packaged items and enhancing their market appeal.
Strong and Durable: Despite the gauge thickness, the film maintains its strength and durability, providing reliable protection against punctures, tears, and other forms of damage.
Versatile and Easy to Use: The low temperature polyolefin shrink film in 75 gauge centerfolded rolls is compatible with various packaging equipment and can be easily applied, making it suitable for different packaging operations.
It can be finished shrinking at 215-250℉, shrink-wrapping chocolates, candies, adhesives, ice cream, baked goods, etc., which are easily damaged by heat.
Crosslinking is a process that creates chemical bonds between polymer chains, resulting in a three-dimensional network structure. The characteristics of crosslinking include:
Enhanced Mechanical Properties: Crosslinked polymers exhibit improved strength, toughness, and dimensional stability, making them more resistant to deformation and wear.
Thermal Stability: Crosslinked polymers have increased resistance to high temperatures, maintaining their structural integrity even under elevated heat conditions.
Chemical Resistance: Crosslinked polymers demonstrate higher resistance to chemical degradation, making them suitable for packaging applications that involve exposure to various chemicals or corrosive substances.
Reduced Melting and Flow Behavior: Crosslinked polymers have a higher melting point and reduced flow behavior, allowing them to retain their shape and structure even at elevated temperatures.
Improved Environmental Resistance: Crosslinked polymers offer enhanced resistance to environmental factors such as UV radiation, moisture, and oxidation, prolonging their lifespan and performance.