Understanding Packaging and the Basics
Packaging Insight is a resource to help our customers understand the terminology used in the various packaging industries. We hope you find the information on these topics both informative and useful. As always we are committed to the success of our customers. If you have a question or need information on a product or topic not mentioned feel free to call us 813 242 6995.
Bag Sealing Tape
Quick Pak Inc introduces the 125 UPVC Bag Sealing Tape.
Note on the order which color you want.
A UPVC film coated with a rubber based adhesive. This product is available in 12 different colors:
WHITE, CLEAR, TAN, RED, DARK GREEN, LIGHT GREEN, DARK BLUE, MEDIUM BLUE, LIGHT BLUE, YELLOW, ORANGE & BLACK.
With many colors making it a viable closure system for identification, security, sealing, date coding and inventory control applications.
This product is used for sealing bags of produce, fruit, breads, and many other food items.
The 125 UPVC bag sealing tape can also be custom printed with your company logo, barcodes or other security print.
ALL COMPONENTS USED TO PRODUCE THIS TAPE COMPLY WITH THE COMPOSITIONAL REQUIREMENTS FOR INDIRECT FOOD CONTACT AS LISTED IN THE CODE OF FEDERAL REGULATIONS NO. 21, 175.105 ADHESIVE.
TAPE SPECIFICATIONS Backing UPVC Thickness 2.3 MIL Adhesive RUBBER Tensile 22 LBS/IN Adhesion 18 OZ/IN Elongation 80% Temperature -4 TO 158 F SKU:125 UPC Colored Bag Sealing Tape
Formosa Declares Force Majeure Due to an unplanned shutdown, Formosa Plastics has declared Force Majeure on LLDPE resins for an undetermined duration. Trade Reports February 2018 More info: www.quickpakinc.com
On Friday, March 23rd, the Pulp and Paper publication
confirmed the $50 per ton linerboard increase that had previously been
announced by all major corrugated manufactures. Key reason behind the increase
are the growth in demand for corrugated relative to capacity constraints,
declining inventories, and ever-increasing transportation costs due to fuel and
the nationwide driver shortage.
While we understand that increases are painful,
we cannot ignore material costs when commodity prices fluctuate.