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|Business Type||Manufacturer, Exporter, Supplier, Retailer, Wholesaler, Trader, Distributor, Importer|
|Type||Acid Free Kraft Paper, Corrugated Paper, Craft Paper, Crepe Paper, Wood Free Kraft Paper, Recycled Paper, Semi Kraft Paper|
|Material||Craft Paper, Paper, Pulp Paper, Wood Pulp, PE Coating|
|Thickness||0.1-0.5mm, 0.5-1mm, 1-1.5mm, 1.5-2mm, 2-2.5mm, Gam Based upto 150 gsm|
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Poly coated kraft paper is frequently used in wrapping applications that call for an added strength barrier against moisture or grease. It may also be used in applications requiring a moisture barrier, such as pallet liners and tie sheets. Products Are protected from Water, Oil, Dust, and Grease Damage by Poly Coated craft Paper suppliers from gtpackingindustries.
When wrapping and interleaving items that require grease, oil, or another liquid barrier, this product line is ideal. Liquid cannot directly contact the paper surface and affect it because of the thin plastic coating. As a result, the cheap and simple-to-process paper was found to be the ideal option for creating disposable tableware.
The PE-coated paper packaging's film can be remelted by a heat-sealing machine, which can then press and glue it to achieve a sealed purpose.
The performance of the paper's tear resistance increases significantly as the plastic film adheres to the surface of the paper. Additionally, the paper gets more rigid and difficult to winkle.
Craft paper with PE coating on only one side. The majority of disposable paper food packaging bags only get coated on the inside because the coated side cannot get a great printed impression. The brand LOGO and pertinent information will be printed on the outside to increase promotion.
Paper with a double PE coating is often used to manufacture disposable food containers like paper cups and take-out cartons.
PE temperature resistance performance is approximately 70–80°C, while PP is approximately 120°C. They do not meet the requirements of the international standard for microwave heating. And PET, one of the coatings that can be heated by microwave, can withstand more than 220°C, but it is more expensive. Large companies with in-house R&D departments focus on finding the best packaging materials for their products. Additionally, you may determine whether it is microwave-safe from the label on the body of the packages.