ZDF03 Cross-Linked Polyolefin Shrink film

The cross-linked polyolefin shrink film, utilizing cross-linking technology, is a type of universal thin film. The design of this multifunctional shrink film is extremely convenient for users. ZDF03 has excellent shrink resistance and resistance to burn-through, strong sealing, a wide sealing temperature range, puncture resistance, and tear resistance. It is suitable for nearly all packaging systems in use today.

The shrink ratio of ZDF03 cross-linked polyolefin shrink film (up to 80%) is significantly increased, delivering perfect packaging performance. In addition, the enhanced strength and toughness of the film make the packaging more secure. It also has better sealing performance, ensuring a more reliable seal and completely avoiding the "stringing" phenomenon during sealing. It can be used with automatic machinery, available in single-wound and center-folded forms, and can be perforated and printed.


High transparency and excellent shrink memory.

Outstanding tear resistance and superb optical properties.

Also, it is resistant to high temperatures and not easily burnt.

Has excellent sealing integrity.

It is suitable for nearly all packaging systems currently in use.

Thicknesses: 12 microns, 15 microns, 19 microns, 25 microns, 30 microns, 38 microns, 52 microns.

How to store?

When not in use, it is recommended that the product be stored below 90 degrees Fahrenheit, below 32 degrees Celsius.

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Introduction:Cross-Linked Shrink Film

Cross-linked shrink film, also known as irradiated shrink film, is a popular packaging material used in a wide range of industries. 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.


1. Strength and Puncture Resistance

Cross-linked Shrink Film offers exceptional strength and puncture resistance, reducing the risk of damage during transportation and storage, and providing better protection for products.

2. Clarity

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.

3. Customization

Cross-Linked Shrink Film can be customized in terms of size, thickness, and color, to meet various packaging needs.

4. Shrinkability

This 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.

5. Environmental Friendliness

Cross-Linked Shrink Film is 100% recyclable, making it an ideal choice for companies looking to reduce their carbon footprint and increase sustainability.


Cross-Linked Shrink Film is widely used in various industries such as food, pharmaceuticals, daily necessities, electronics, and industrial products packaging. It is suitable for wrapping irregularly shaped or oversized objects, bundling and collating small items, and protecting delicate or fragile products.


Cross-Linked Shrink Film is a high-quality packaging material that offers many benefits, including exceptional strength, clarity, customization options, and environmental friendliness. These features make it a top choice for businesses across industries, providing better protection for products and enhancing the overall consumer experience.

GAUGE  12um15um19um25um30um38um52um

Tensile Strength (MD)N/mm² D882130135135125120115110
Tensile Strength (TD)125125125120115110105

MD at 400gmgf D192211.514.518.527.032.038.541.5
TD at 400gm12.517.022.530.035.042.547.5

MD\HotWire SealN/mm F881.131.291.451.752.152.1032
TD\HotWire Seal1.181.431.651.752.102.1033
COF(Film To Film)-  

Static  D18940.

Haze  D10032.
Clarity  D174698.598.898.097.594.092.097.5
Gloss@ 45Deg D245788.588.087.586.
Oxygen Transmission Ratecc/㎡/day D398510300950062005400420037002900
Water Vapor Transmission Rategm/㎡/dayF124932.527.520.514.5119.58.5
Free Shrinkage100℃%D273217.527.516.026.015.0
Shrink Tension100℃MpaD28382.302.552.702.852.652.85
MD\Machine Direction    TD\Transverse Direction

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Cross-Linked Shrink film

Cross-linked shrink film is a type of plastic shrink film that has been treated with a process called cross-linking, which makes it more durable and resistant to punctures and tears. It is commonly used for packaging food items, electronics, and other consumer goods.

What is cross-linked film?

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.

What is the difference between POF and PE shrink film?

POF (polyolefin) shrink film and PE (polyethylene) shrink film are both types of plastic shrink films, but they have some differences in their properties and applications. POF shrink film is known for its clarity and ability to conform tightly to the product being wrapped, while PE shrink film is known for its strength and puncture resistance. POF films are typically more expensive than PE films, but they are also considered to be more environmentally friendly as they do not release toxic fumes when heated.

What are the different types of shrink wrap film?

There are several different types of shrink wrap film available, including PVC, polyethylene, polypropylene, and polyolefin. Each type of shrink film has its own unique properties and advantages, depending on the application and desired outcome.

What is the difference between shrink wrap and shrink film?

Shrink wrap and shrink film are often used interchangeably, but there is a subtle difference between the two. Shrink wrap refers specifically to wrapping a product in plastic film and then applying heat to shrink it around the product. Shrink film refers more generally to any type of plastic film that is designed to shrink when exposed to heat, and can be used for a variety of applications beyond just wrapping products.