PKG delivers different types of pouch material structures, especially to protect the contents from the effects of oxidation, moisture, light, odor or combination of these. The company seeks to develop clear structures, metalized film structures, aluminum foil structures, kraft paper film structures, boilable structures and microwaveable structures for its stand up pouches, flat pouches, rollstock films and other flexible packaging products.
We design and develop pouch material structures which can be utilized for different purposes. Our Pouches are made of high-performance laminates and materials including: PET, OPA, PE, OPP, CPP, EVOH and many others. For more information please see the below list of materials with abbreviations.
We select the material based on its property and the requirement of the client. Our production is determined by the total film structure for a specific application. For example, we prefer using aluminum foil for pouches if the client requires pouches with oxygen and moisture barrier properties. Polymers are used if the utility involves mechanical strength and stiffness, gas and water-vapor barrier, heat seal, adhesion and economics.
We determine the overall size and structure only based on your requirements.
Abbreviations of Pouch Materials
CTFE Chlorotrifluoro-ethylene Aclar
EAA Ethylene acrylic acid
EEA Ethylene-ethyl acrylate
HIPS High impact polystyrene
LDPE Low-density polyethylene
LLDPE Linear low-density polyethylene
MDPE Medium density polyethylene
MET-PET Metallised PET film
MET-OPP Metallised OPP film
mPE Metallocene polyethylene
OPP Oriented polypropylene
CPP Cast polypropylene
EMA Ethylene-methyl acrylate
EVA Ethylene-vinyl acetate
EVOH Ethylene-vinyl alcohol
PET Poly (ethylene terephthalate)
PETG Poly (ethylene terephthalate)
PLA Poly (lactic acid)
PTFE Polytetrafluoroethylene Teflon
PVC Poly vinyl chloride
PVDC poly vinylidene chloride