Engineered from Vivos films from MonoSol, Vivos Edible Delivery Systems are water-soluble, edible pouches that disappear and release their contents when exposed to hot or cold liquids; the dissolved film can then be consumed along with the food.
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Developed for use as a print web, Toray Plastics’ new Torayfan F63 heat-sealable BOPP film is made with a proprietary technology that enables the adhesion of water- and solvent-based inks on the print side of the film to provide high-quality printed finished pieces.
VpCI-125 patented static dissipative film from Cortec is a non-toxic film combining plastic technology with effective corrosion protection of sensitive electronics equipment and components for different metals.
Providing safe, cost-effective material solutions for medical device, pharmaceutical, and diagnostic applications is the subject of this video of Ed Haedt, vice president of marketing, Perfecseal, a Bemis company.
Toray Plastics’ new Torayfan® KMS1 70-gauge biaxially-oriented heat-sealable matte polypropylene film is designed to be used as an outer web in food packaging applications requiring a premium appearance.
Curwood’s UltraSeal film is a new material for shredded cheese applications that is specifically formulated to maximize the performance of ultrasonic sealing on high-speed vertical form-fill-seal gas-flush equipment.