Home  |  About us  |  Hardware  |  Product  | Materials used   |  Technical Note   |   Contact   |  Chinese   Home    
   
  PRODUCTS     Materials used
Flower sleevess
Flower sheets
Flower rolls
Other bags
 
 

 

 
CPP
- CPP films have higher gloss and transparency, higher strength, superior barrier properties and excellent sealing strength. They are versatile and the most cost effective films.
 
 
BOPP
- The main feature of BOPP films are improved stiffness, high tensile strength, excellent optics and good water barrier properties. These films can be monolayer or coextruded structures, and transparent, opaque, or metalized.
 
 
HDPE
- LDPE film has a 'milky' appearance and a 'crunchy' characteristic. This material has very strong seals and is suitable for heavy pot plants. Especially used as a transport sleeve.
 
 
Nonwoven
-Nonwoven fabrics are flat, porous sheets that are made directly from separate fibers or from molten plastic or plastic film. Nonwoven fabrics provide specific functions such as absorbency, liquid repellency, resilience, stretch, softness, strength, flame retardancy, washability, cushioning, filtering, bacterial barrier and sterility.
 
 
LDPE
-Degree of low-density polyethylene polyethylene (LDPE) is a plastic material, it is suitable for forming a variety of thermoplastic molding process, forming good.
 
 
PP
-Polypropylene (PP) is a common plastic lighter.
 
 
MOPP
-Aluminum polypropylene film (MOPP), is using a special process the surface of the plastic film coated with a layer of thin aluminum and the formation of a material, because both have plastic film properties, but also has the characteristics of the metal is a kinds of cheap and beautiful, excellent, practical packaging materials.
 
 
Anti-static
Sleeves treated with Anti-Static protect package contents from the internal generation of static electricity.
 
 
Matte
Inks are specially treated, showing matte effects after printing on the film

 
 
Printing up to 7 colors
Printed on one or two sides, printed on the inside or outside, in a particular position or all-over

 
 
Hot needle
Hot Needle Perforation or hot pin perforation refers to the placement of holes or apertures in a material using a hot or heated needle or pin. Packaging films are often micro-perforated in order for the packaged contents to breathe.

 
 
Metalized film
Metalized films are based on aluminum attached to a flexible plastic film. These films have one side metalized and one side sealable.