120 pcs/package orcustomized
12 pcs/bail, each package 10 designs .
100 pcs.ctn or customized
10 pcs/polybag or customized
Polyethylene (PE) vs Polypropylene (PP):
Plastics can be complicated and confusing as to which material is best for your bagging application. Like we know, all packaging isn’t the same and different applications call for different poly bags. Below we list some of the most important differences between Polyethylene and Polypropylene material.
Polyethylene is flexible, durable and tear-resistant. These three characteristics are extremely important when you’re putting heavy items in your poly bag. Industrial companies use polyethylene storage bags for large heavy items such as industrial machining parts.
Inert, translucent and creates a lower static charge
Prohibits a the greater amount of light to enter the bag which protects the contents
Attracts much less dirt, dust and other foreign, organic elements
Soft and pliable
Higher purity (100% Virgin)
A polypropylene bag is a high clarity, crystal clear bag which enhances the product’s image. It provides a highly protective barrier against moisture and vapors. These poly bags delay evaporation and dehydration to preserve freshness and taste of packaged foods. Polypropylene bags are great for the following industries; food, electronics manufacturing, hospitals, and agriculture.
Crystal clear for great product presentation
Stiff and hard plastic
Rough surface has the potential to produce scratches
Outstanding vapor and moisture barrier.
Meets FDA and USDA specifications.