High- and medium-barrier multilayer packaging with thickness ranging from 50 to 200 micra. Up to 8 colors may be printed with high definition. In order to obtain a special effect packages may be laminated with or without metalization.
Excellent mechanical and sealing properties ensuring maximum product safety.
This technology offers great versatility in applications.
Monolayer or multilayer laminated extruded films with or without metalization. The gas barrier may be of the medium- or high-type depending on product needs. Printing in up to 8 colors with high definition and high gloss.
Flexible bottom film:
7-layer extruded film developed for direct contact with food. Its material blends provide great sealing, mechanical strength and thermoforming.
The gas barrier is provided by EVOH and PA layers. Thickness varies according to final product use (90-250 micra).
Semi-rigid bottom film:
High-barrier coextruded and laminated film. Suitable for modified atmosphere (MAP) as well as vacuum applications. It is currently being largely used for sliced cheese. This film is available in transparent, white pigment or metalized options.
Laminated high- and medium-barrier film. Its material blends provide great sealing, mechanical strength and very high printing quality.
The film is available in transparent, white pigment or metalized options, gloss and matte, with or without printing, as well as easy open features.
High- and medium-barrier coextruded film, laminated or not depending on the filling equipment, developed for direct contact with food. Its material blends provide great sealing, mechanical strength, thermal resistance for hot product filling, machinability and productivity for automatic filling systems.
Flexible packaging for UHT, Parnaflex UHT is a high-strength multilayer film allowing to store perishable liquid or viscous products preserving their quality for a long time - up to 180 days - without the need for cooling.
This is only possible by embedding current package processing technologies through the production of seven-layer, polyethylene-based coextruded, nylon (polyamide) and EVOH films, adding the required properties to reach the food preservation purpose.