Top Suppliers Batch Inclusion Bags For Zinc Oxide - Low Melt Valve Bags for CPE Pellets – Zonpak
Top Suppliers Batch Inclusion Bags For Zinc Oxide - Low Melt Valve Bags for CPE Pellets – Zonpak Detail:
These low melt valve bags are specially designed packaging bags for CPE (Chlorinated Polyethylene) pellets. With this low melt valve bags and automatic filling machine, CPE manufacturers can make standard packages of 10kg or 25kg. Using the valve bag can avoid the fly loss of the material when packing and there is no need to seal, so it largely improves the packaging efficiency.
The low melt valve bags are made from EVA (copolymer of ethylene and vinyl acetate) which has a lower melting point and is highly compatible with rubber and plastic, so the bags together with the contained materials can be direct put into a mixer, and the bags can fully disperse into the mixture as a minor effective ingredient. Bags of different melting point are available for different using conditions.
- Gusset or block bottom, embossing, venting, color, printing
- Material: EVA
- Melting point: 65-110 deg. C
- Film thickness: 100-200 micron
- Bag width: 350-1000 mm
- Bag length: 400-1500 mm
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