Factory Supply EVA Liner Bags - Low Melting Point Plastic Bags – Zonpak
Factory Supply EVA Liner Bags - Low Melting Point Plastic Bags – Zonpak Detail:
ZonpakTM low melting point plastic bags are made from EVA (Ethylene Vinyl Acetate), and are mainly used to pack compounding ingredients in tire and rubber industries. Due to the property of low melting point and good compatibility with rubber, the bags together with the additives contained can be direct put into an internal mixer and fully disperse into the rubber as a minor effective ingredient, so it can provide accurate dosing of additives and clean mixing area. Using the bags can help get uniform rubber compounds while save additives and time.
Melting point, size and color can be customized according to the customer’s application requirement.
- carbon black, silica (white carbon black), titanium dioxide, anti-aging agent, accelerator, curing agent and rubber process oil
- colour, printing, bag tie
- Material: EVA
- Melting point: 65-110 deg. C
- Film thickness: 30-100 micron
- Bag width: 150-1200 mm
- Bag length: 200-1500mm
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To create extra value for customers is our enterprise philosophy; buyer growing is our working chase for Factory Supply EVA Liner Bags - Low Melting Point Plastic Bags – Zonpak, The product will supply to all over the world, such as: Namibia , Egypt , Eindhoven , With a fully integrated operation system, our company has won a good fame for our high quality products, reasonable prices and good services. Meanwhile, we have established a strict quality management system conducted in material incoming, processing and delivery. Abiding by the principle of "Credit first and customer supremacy", we sincerely welcome clients from home and abroad to cooperate with us and advance together to create a brilliant future.
By Jerry from Melbourne - 2017.03.28 12:22
Speaking of this cooperation with the Chinese manufacturer, I just want to say"well dodne", we are very satisfied.
By Linda from Adelaide - 2018.06.12 16:22