We provide Hot macro perforation per customer order for all series of ZHONGDA® films.
Our hot macro perforated film is the perfect choice for food packaging needs. It features advanced technology that allows for increased air exchange between packed food and the outside air. This results in improved freshness and longevity for vegetables, eggs, breads, and other packaged foods. The film is easy to use and promotes food safety and cleanliness. Invest in our high-quality hot macro perforated film today for all your food packaging needs.
Macro perforated film is suitable for shrink wrapping of vegetables, eggs, breads, and other food packaging. It accelerates the air exchange between packed food and outside air, which will promote food freshness.
1. Food packaging film industry: hot macro perforated film is ideal for shrink wrapping vegetables, eggs, bread, and pizza packaging film other food items.
2. Agricultural sector: it can also be used for packaging of fresh fruits, flowers, and other agricultural products.
3. Bakery industry: this film can be used for wrapping bread, cakes, pastries, and other baked goods.
4. Food service industry: it is suitable for packaging of ready-to-eat meals and snacks.
5. Retail stores: hot macro perforated film is an ideal choice for retailers who want to ensure the freshness and quality of their packaged food products.
Hot Perforated Polyolefin Shrink Film Product Specification:
GAUGE: The thickness of the film, measured in um (micrometers). Available options include 10um, 13.5um, 17um, and 22um.
TENSILE: The film's tensile properties, including the tensile strength and elongation at break in both MD (machine direction) and TD (transverse direction). Tested according to ASTM D882.
TEAR: The film's tear strength in both the MD and TD directions when tested at 400gm. Tested according to ASTM D1922.
SEAL STRENGTH: The film's seal strength in both the MD and TD directions when sealed by a hot wire. Tested according to ASTM F88.
COF (Film To Film): The film's coefficient of friction, both static and dynamic. Tested according to ASTM D1894.
OPTICS: The film's optical properties, including Haze, Clarity, and Gloss@45Deg. Tested according to ASTM D1003, ASTM D1746, and ASTM D2457, respectively.
BARRIER: The film's oxygen transmission rate and water vapor transmission rate. Tested according to ASTM D3985 and ASTM F1249, respectively.
SHRINKAGE PROPERTIES: The film's shrinkage properties, including free shrinkage and shrink tension. Tested according to ASTM D2732 and ASTM D2838, respectively. The temperatures tested include 100℃, 110℃, 120℃, and 130℃, with MD and TD representing the shrinkage performance parameters in the machine and transverse directions, respectively.
|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|
Shrink packaging refers to a process of wrapping a product or material in plastic film and then shrinking the film around the product using heat. This creates a tight and secure seal around the product, helping to protect it during shipping and storage.
Shrink film is commonly used in food packaging to provide a tight and secure seal around perishable food items. The film conforms tightly to the shape of the food, providing protection against moisture, bacteria, and other contaminants. It can also help to extend the shelf life of the food by preventing spoilage or dehydration.
There are several types of shrink wrap that are commonly used in packaging, including polyethylene (PE), polypropylene (PP), polyvinyl chloride (PVC), and polyolefin (POF). The type of shrink wrap used will depend on factors such as the application, desired properties, and budget. Each type of shrink wrap has its own unique properties and advantages, such as clarity, strength, and resistance to punctures and tears.