PennPac offers a diverse portfolio of specialty films for unique applications in food packaging, labels, and industrial applications. Some specialty films we offer include multi-layer high barrier films, lidding, sheeted, and easy-peel film.
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Forming/Non-forming films are films that are multilayer structures, including Nylon and EVOH. These films keep aromas out or in and provide an exceptional barrier to oxygen or other gases or moisture to ensure shelf life. Multi-layer films also can be designed for applications that requires very high mechanical resistance. The combination of several layers of different materials improves the mechanical and physical properties of the film including puncture, tear and heat resistance as well as the moisture and oxygen barrier properties.
Lidding film is often a laminated construction made up of foil, paper, polyester, PET, or all kinds of other metallized and non-metallized materials. Lidding films are sealed to the container via a sealing machine and serves as a protective barrier that keeps the food separate from any potentially harmful substances. Depending on the application, the film can be designed to be easily peeled off or punctured to allow access to the packaged product.
Easy Peel Film
Easy Peel film provides a consumer-friendly, peel-off lidding solution while avoiding tearing or shredding. This makes these films perfect for packaging ready-to-eat meals or fresh produce. In addition, its high transparency and anti-fog properties improve product presentation on the shelf. The peelable structures provide an initial break force which allows for a clean, easy peel every time a package is opened. Whether your product is in a thermoformed pocket, rigid cup, tub, or tray – easy peel has a tailored easy peel structure to match any application. The advanced sealing layers are designed to seal through contamination and produce high-quality retail packages.
The vast majority of our films have the ability to be supplied in sheets. Sheeted films are widely used in the production of packaging and stationary folders. They are great for protective cover for papers and other material due to its wide range of colors, durability, low cost, and resistance to foreign matter. Common sheeted film uses are flower bouquets, fresh-made sandwiches, box/tray liners, and pallet covers.