Shrink film which is a very common industrial packaging material and has different application possibilities. It is mainly used for industrial packing of group packages and single products. In packing process, shrink film adopts the shape and form of the product and can thus be used in packing a variety of different products.
According to their area of usage and the quality of packaging, durability and transparency, shrink films can be divided into polyolefin shrink films (POF), low density polyethylene films (LDPE) and polyvinyl chloride shrink films (PVC). The product selection of Hansapakend includes all the above listed shrink film types.
Polyolefin shrink film (POF) differs from other shrink film types especially for its good transparency and strength which is why its thickness can be reduced down to 9 mk. Polyolefin film is above all used for packing single products. The most common thicknesses remain between 15 to 25 mk. The film can be ordered in a one-layer roll, halftube or perforated and single colour printed.
Low density polyethylene film (LDPE) is mainly used for packing group products. The most common thicknesses remain between 30 to 100 mk. LDPE film is colourless and half-transparent (depending on the quality of the granules used). The film can be ordered in a one-layer roll, halftube or tube, perforated and/or printed.