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Perfecseal, a Bemis Co.: High-barrier blister film

SkyBlue is manufactured via a co-extrusion process as a symmetrical structure.
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Perfecseal introduces a high-barrier PVC-FREE blister forming web, PerfecForm® SkyBlue™.

This blister film is based on polyolefin chemistry, rather than the chlorine chemistry used to produce PVC forming webs.

Unlike other barrier blister films, PerfecForm® SkyBlue™ is manufactured via a co-extrusion process as a symmetrical structure. The thickness of the barrier layer, which is sandwiched between co-polyester, determines the overall barrier performance. PerfecForm® SkyBlue™ is designed to be cost-effective and provide barrier properties to protect all but the highest barrier requirement product applications.

Perfecseal specializes in the manufacture of co-extruded films, laminated films, flexible forming films, foil barrier laminations, pouches, bags, thermoformed trays, lids, labels, heat-seal coated DuPont™ Tyvek® and heat-seal coated medical grades of paper.

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