This lot of Pet Film is being sold as surplus stock in an asset liquidation sale to recover space and funds. Details are listed below:
Detailed information and Analysis are attached.
|PET FILM 1.110MM||304|
|PET FILM 680MM||813|
|PET FILM 760MM||605|
|PET FILM 815MM||619|
PET can be metalized which results in improved gas barrier properties for demanding applications where long product shelf life is important. PET film is well suited for a broad range of industrial, electronic, and automotive applications. It is fully recyclable and can be easily reprocessed into many other products for many different applications. However, unlike paper and other cellulose products, PET does not readily decompose. However, biodegradable additives are available that enhance the biodegradation of this plastic without affecting the physical properties.
The most important polyester film is biaxially oriented PET. In comparison to other common plastic films, it has better retention of physical properties over a fairly wide temperature range of about -70°C to 100°C.
Despite its higher price, BOPET has found many high volume applications that require this stronger and dimensionally stable film. A major drawback of BOPET is the higher manufacturing costs and higher capital investment in equipment.
PET film is often an excellent choice for more demanding applications in the food and nonfood-film applications. Major uses include microwave, and medical packaging, plastic wrap, tape backing, printed films, plastic cards, protective coatings such as solar and safety window films, release films, transformer insulation films, and flexible printed circuits. PET is also used as an aroma barrier film (e.g. coffee and tobacco packaging). This type of film is sometimes metalized by the vapor deposition of metals, which further improves the barrier against oxygen, water vapor, and aroma loss.
Due to the low odor, high chemical resistance, and inertness, many PET grades are suitable for packaging applications under FDA regulations.