Manufactured via a co-extrusion process as a symmetrical structure, Perfecseal’s PerfecForm SkyBlue high-barrier PVC-free blister film is based on polyolefin chemistry, rather than the chlorine chemistry used to produce PVC forming webs.
Perfecseal has introduced PET ICE™ nylon forming film, developed from the Bemis ICE™ process. The unique layer and polymer composition of the film combines the formability of traditional ionomer films with the strength properties of nylon coex.
Perfecseal (Philadelphia, PA) introduces PerfecFlex® Ice(TM), a forming film for medical packaging made from coextruded PE and nylon resins. The 2-mil film provides superior strength and puncture-resistance to protect against package failure and pin holes typically caused by devices shifting inside the cavity of the package.
ShieLLD(TM) LLDPE film is said to offer medical manufacturers strength at thinner gauges. Made by Perfecseal (Philadelphia, PA), the film may be used for header bags for large, bulky devices or heavy trays of supplies and instrumentation.
Perfecseal (Philadelphia, PA) has developed PerfecPerf, an all-plastic top web for medical packaging. The structure uses controlled perforations in the exterior polyester layer that allows the film to fracture with a clean tear path and gives the user three ways to open the package: spearing, peeling, or pop-through.