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Plastixx FFS Technologies Inc: Self-venting package

XFLO™ from Plastixx FFS Technologies is a self-venting package incorporating built-in back-seam technology which allows excess air to escape after the filling process but will not let air back in once sealed.
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Premade bags are available or the material can be purchased as f/f/s gusseted tubing. The integrated labyrinth valve allows products to be packaged at high filling speeds while creating a cleaner and more efficient filling process. Designed for a variety of packaging applications, XFLO is moisture and water resistant. Made from a strong, durable 3-layer film containing polyethylene resins with quality sealing characteristics. The package eliminates particle dust, creating clean, safe and healthy environments for bagging facilities, retailers and end-users. The 100% recyclable, easy-to-palletize package features 8-color print capability, including 4-color process print graphics over the entire surface--front, back and inside gussets.
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