High-density polyethylene film for coupling with paper, hyper-thin, and certified for use with food. From 6 microns upwards.
For nearly 40 years, we have worked with Italian and European paper bags makers, producing polyethylene film for use with food-suitable paper. Our high-density film are very thin, from 6 microns upwards, certified for use with food, and treated to ensure the best possible adhesion to the paper layer.
Why choose our HDPE film for bags?
Certificati IMQ per utilizzo alimentare
Both our raw materials and our films are certified by the Italian Centre for Certification and Analysis IMQ (Istituto Italiano del Marchio di Qualità) for the packaging of, and contact with, fresh food items such as cheese and cold cuts.
Our films are constantly monitored and analysed to ensure their continued suitability for such use with food. We also carry out global and specific migration tests and sensory valuations, as per various European and extra-European laws.
The maximum thinness and quality
Our ultra-thin film, with a minimum thickness of 6 microns, is only made from carefully-selected plastics. The low grammature of the film, combined with the special composition of our polyethlyene, guarantees the highest quality at the lowest cost.
Corona treatment for greater adhesion
Our high-density films for paper bags are treated during the production process via a procedure called Corona Treatment, an operation that uses electrostatic discharges that increase the film’s capacity to adhere to the paper, reducing the use of glue and allowing for the usage of low-gram paper without compromising the quality of the final product.
Our films are designed to offer 100% protection, and serve as a complete barrier. They are light-resistent and anti-bacterial, to protect and preserve the foods wrapped in them and so maintain their freshness and quality of their taste.
Our high-density films are 100% recyclable since they are made from 100% polyethylene, which can be either recycled or recovered. Recycled or recovered polyethylene can be used to make entirely new products, but also to generate energy, heat and electricity. Mechanical recycling is based on transforming one material into another: polyethylene thus becomes the starting point for making new products. This process is based essentially on thermic or mechanical re-working of the plastic recovered.