OEM manufacturer Automatic Film Packaging Machine - Low Melt FFS Film – Zonpak
OEM manufacturer Automatic Film Packaging Machine - Low Melt FFS Film – Zonpak Detail:
ZonpakTM low melt FFS film is specially designed for the FFS bagging machine to make little packages (100g-5000g) of rubber and plastic chemicals to meet the exact compounding demand of the tire and rubber industry. The FFS film is made of EVA (copolymer of ethylene and vinyl acetate) resin which has a lower melting point than PE, rubber like elasticity, no toxicity, good chemical stability and high compatibility with natural and synthetic rubbers. So the bags together with contained materials can be direct put into an internal mixer, and the bags can easily melt and disperse into the rubber or plastic as a minor effective ingredient.
Films with different melting points and thickness are available to meet different application requirements.
|Melting point||65-110 deg. C|
|Tensile strength||MD ≥16MPa TD ≥16MPa|
|Elongation at break||MD ≥400% TD ≥400%|
|Modulus at 100% elongation||MD ≥6MPa TD ≥3MPa|
|Surface of the product is flat and smooth, there is no wrinkle, no bubble.|
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By Liz from Adelaide - 2017.09.30 16:36
Customer service staff and sales man are very patience and they all good at English, product's arrival is also very timely, a good supplier.
By Eileen from Saudi Arabia - 2017.08.28 16:02