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Sealed Air: Anti-static cushioning film

See it at PACK EXPO Las Vegas Booth #1141! For use on its NewAir I.B.Express inflatable cushioning system, Sealed Air’s new high-performance anti-static cushioning film is said to be the only inflatable cushioning material on the market meeting military specifications for electrostatic discharge, surface resistivity, and creep performance, also making the film suitable for shipping static sensitive electronic products.
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NewAir I.B. Anti-Static film is produced on the NewAir I.B. Express system which delivers patented Barrier Bubble material at 55 ft./min. in 12- and 24-in. film widths.

The inflated material provides quality product protection and maintains its cushioning properties throughout the shipping cycle. The system improves operational efficiency by reducing material handling and required material storage space while providing an on-demand solution for cushioning and blocking and bracing applications.

New Air I.B.  Anti-Static material also adds a sustainability element to packaging and distribution. The reduction in exposure of products to static results in fewer damaged products, saving fuel and other transportation inputs for returns and re-shipping that otherwise would add to operations’ environmental impact.


 

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