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Klöckner Pentaplast offers Pentafood BPET films for frozen foods

Oshawa, Ont. – Klöckner Pentaplast has expanded its Pentafood BPET films.

Pentafood BPET films are designed to be used in conditions as low as -20° C, which makes them perfect for frozen food applications.

Ideal for deep-draw, tray, and blister thermoformed applications, the company offers Pentafood BPET films in mono- and multi-layer structures of BPET, BPET/PE, and BPET/EVOH/PE.

Klöckner Pentaplast says the films are engineered with enhanced production efficiency for thermoforming, better cutting, and no brittleness.


Combined with lower thermoforming temperature for energy savings, these films can deliver superior performance and cost savings.

Available in a wide range of barriers to moisture, gas, and aroma, Pentafood BPET films also have outstanding sealing properties and multiple sealant options, such as permanent or easy-peel seals. Special sealants that enable sealing through contaminants are also available.

These films are offered in a broad range of standard opaque colours and are suitable for modified atmosphere packaging (MAP). Pentafood BPET films run on standard thermoforming and form/fill/seal equipment.

Picture from EcoSalon.

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