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Wednesday, December 31, 2014

HiTech Provide Best Plain films-semi embossed films-Stretch wrap films-LDPE semiembossed film in Reasonable price

Hi-Tech Packaging is a Leading manufactures which provide high quality,good strength and performance oriented packaging materials such as LD semi embossed films and Plain films,LD cover, Poly Shrink Ribbed Film ,Poly Embossed Film, Dairy & Water Packaging Film,Flexo printing bags,plain and colour covers,Our products are available in different thickness, lengths,types and colours. Standard colours are Milky White, French Blue, Red, Yellow and natural.

Semi embossed Films


Hitech packaging provide high quality,good strength and performance oriented packaging materials such as  semi embossed films .It is used as a liner to the calendared rubber to retain the properties of rubber and also to prevent dust and other foreign matters from sticking to the rubber while calendaring and during storage. It is manufactured with 100% virgin Low Density Polyethylene.

Cpp Films



Hitech provides you the best CPP(Cast poly propylene film) Film. CPP film  has Packaging Machinery Applicability than Polyethylene Film, so in the field of packaging films occupy a certain position, CPP film after printing, bag, for food, stationery, groceries and Textile and other packaging materials can also be combined with other film after use, usually as a composite film of the inner and outer materials..

Best blister film


Blister films secure form pharmaceutical packaging . Hitech offers a high quality package that ensures a long shelf life protecting contents.

For more visits http://www.semiembossedfilm.com/

Friday, December 19, 2014

Best poly embossed films-Ld plain films-Stretch films-Ld semi embossed film Manufactures in India

Hitech packaging provide high quality,good strength and performance oriented packaging materials such as plastic films.It is a thin continuous polymeric material. Thicker plastic material is often called a “sheet”. These thin plastic membranes are used to separate areas or volumes, to hold items, to act as barriers, or as printable surfaces.Plastic films are used in a wide variety of applications. These include: packaging, plastic bags, labels, building construction, landscaping, electrical fabrication, photographic film, film stock for movies, video tape, etc.


Blister films


Hitech Packaging offers you the best blister film.Blister Films & Foils offer a high-quality package that ensures a long shelf-life while protecting its contents. This product help address the latest FDA regulations while providing the most advanced cost effective, secure form of pharmaceutical packaging available today.

Ld plain films


We have an experience of over 20 years.Our products are resistant to water, rain, dust, humidity etc and have a prolonged shelf-life. We manufacture films of any colour and specification as per the requirement of our customers. Standard colours are Milky White, French Blue, Red, Yellow and Natural.

To Get semi embossed films for more visits 
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Monday, December 15, 2014

Super Plain films-Semi embossed & embossed films-LD semi embossed films-LDPE semiembossed film-blister films in India

Hitech provides you the best highly stretchable stretch wrap films. Stretch wrap films are the highly stretchable plastic film and the most common stretch film is LDPE (Low Density Poly Ethylene).

Many films have about 500% Stretch at break but are only stretched to about 100 to 300% in use. Once stretched the stretch wrap film elastic recovery is used to keep the load tightly.



Semi embossed film

Hitech packaging provide high quality,good strength and performance oriented packaging materials such as  semi embossed films .It is used as a liner to the calendared rubber to retain the properties of rubber and also to prevent dust and other foreign matters from sticking to the rubber while calendaring and during storage. It is manufactured with 100% virgin Low Density Polyethylene.



Blister film

Hitech Packaging offers you the best blister film.Blister Films & Foils offer a high-quality package that ensures a long shelf-life while protecting its contents. This product help address the latest FDA regulations while providing the most advanced cost effective, secure form of pharmaceutical packaging available today


Stretch film

stretch film is a highly stretchable plastic film that is wrapped around items. The elastic recovery keeps the items tightly bound. In contrast, shrink wrap is applied loosely around an item and shrinks tightly with heat.
It is frequently used to unitize pallet loads but also may be used for bundling smaller items.Types of stretch film include bundling stretch film, hand stretch film, extended core stretch film, machine stretch film and static dissipative film

for more get Quality  Ld semi embossed film-Ld plain films-poly embossed-Ldpe semi embossed films-Stretch films get Contact us on : 9846337143 or email : semiembossed@gmail.com
visit http://www.semiembossedfilm.com/


Friday, November 7, 2014

Best Quality Shrink Film

A shrink film can be made to shrink in one direction (unidirectional or mono-directional) or in both directions (bidirectional).Shrink film designs will become half their size and strong plastic pieces great for adding dimension to scrapbook pages and handmade cards. Easy to cut with decorative scissors, die cut machines and punches.Films are stretched when they are warm to orient the molecules from their initial random pattern. Cooling the film sets the film's characteristics until it is reheated.this causes it to shrink back toward its initial dimensions.


Types Of  Shrink Film 
  • LDPE shrink film
LDPE or Low-Density PolyEthylene shrink film is among the strongest shrink film in today’s world. Owing to its high-strength and tear-resistance, it is being widely used in a number of industries across the world. Though the film is a little hazy as compared to PVC shrink film, and it also shrinks at a little higher temperature as compared to PVC, but being environment-friendly and easily available, it is the first choice of packers.
                                        
  • PVC shrink film
PVC or Poly Vinyl Chloride shrink films is one of the most popular variety of shrink film discovered in recent times. This type of shrink film is very high on clarity and gloss and has a very good shrinkability. The inherent characterstic of being printable adds to its acceptability. The film shrinks at a low temperature as compared to other shrink films.
                                                                                                 
  • Polyolefin Shrink Film 
Polyolefin (POF) shrink film is a combination of PVC and LDPE shrink film as far as the characteristics go. It possesses the clarity and gloss of PVC and strength and tear-resistance of LDPE shrink film. It is food grade and can be safely applied for packing of food items.Another property of POF shrink film is that it shrinks at very low temperatures and has excellent shrinkage percentage in both the directions.                     
                                                                       

Advantages Of Shrink Bags 
  • Polyolefin Shrink Bags production saves cost of 4 L sealer and hot tunnel.
  • The production method is 4 times faster than manual method even faster than automatic machine. 
  • The production method for Polyolefin Shrink Bags saves wastage.  
  • Labour cost is saved.
  • Cost of floor space is saved.
  • Electricity cost is saved in the process of production of shrink bags.                                      
Shrink Films For A Variety Of Applications
  • Tamper-evident bands
  • Full- or partial-body roll sleeves
  • Wine capsules and disk plates
  • Full- or partial-body shrink sleeves
  • Pressure-sensitive shrink labels
  • Multi-packs                            

Friday, September 26, 2014

Highly Stretchable Stretch Wrap Film


Hitech packing provides the best Stretch wrap films. Stretch films are the highly stretchable plastic film and the most common stretch film is LDPE (Low Density Poly Ethylene. Many films have about 500% Stretch at break but are only stretched to about 100 to 300% in use. Once stretched the stretch wrap film elastic recovery is used to keep the load tightly.





Thursday, August 28, 2014

Best Poly Embossed Film

Hitech packaging provide high quality,good strength and performance oriented packaging materials such as LD semi embossed films and Plain films,LD cover,Poly shrink ribbed film ,Poly embossed film,Dairy and water packaging film, Flexo printing bags,plain and  color covers.








Monday, June 30, 2014

Best Cast Polypropylene Films (CPP)

CPP has been steadily gaining favour as the material of choice in both traditional flexible packaging applications as well as non packaging applications. The versatility and properties of CPP are combining to set it apart from other materials and establish itself as a true performance film.
High gloss, exceptional optics, excellent heat sealing performance, high heat resistance, good dimensional stability and barrier properties, pliability, excellent printability are performance factors that when combined with outstanding yield and economics, set CPP apart from all other film materials.


CPP is rapidly gaining broad based acceptance in an array of traditional and non-traditional packaging applications ranging from side-weld seal bags to stand-up reclosable pouches for textile and food packaging, candy twist wrap, document protection and sophisticated multi layer laminations designed to meet demanding packaging needs. CPP film structures can be specifically designed to run efficiently on modern high speed packaging machines. CPP can be metallized significantly increasing the barrier properties for demanding applications where product shelf life is a major factor.
As a packaging material, CPP can give your product the shelf presence it needs to capture consumer interest and generate outstanding sales. In non-packaging applications, the use of CPP is also growing. Its high heat resistance, dimensional stability and sealing performance make it ideally suited for a broad range of industrial and automotive applications.
CPP can be produced in both monolayer and multi-layer coextrusions structures. Through the selection of a broad range of available resins and specialized additives, film structures can be customized to meet very specific packaging performance and product marketing requirements.




Monday, April 21, 2014

Best Embossed Film

By a special treatment of film, i.e. hot embossing of various shapes - a particular structure of surface is achieved. Such film is used mostly in rubber industry and also as protection of adhesive surfaces. Properties of these films enable air draining from the plastic material application. After the material hardening the film can be simply pulled off.

Release liners are necessary to separate single coated and double coated tapes and rubber. Release liners are usually comprised of glassine, paper or plastic which has been coated with clay or fluorosilicone. Embossed plastic film, also known as camelback or dimpled film, works by minimizing the amount of surface contact.


While siliconized coated papers are sophisticated and can be tailored with features such as differential release, they are expensive due to the complex manufacturing process. They are hydroscopic and can paper-based siliconized release papers exhibit buckling or cockling after exposure to high heat and humidity. There is no secondary use for them, so silicone coated release liners are destined for the landfill.



Sunday, April 13, 2014

LDPE Surface Protection

It can protect the Stainless Steel not to be polluted, corrode, Sanmina, Laminate seat, and scratch during the process of producing, transporting and store. It also can protect the surface of the stainless steel existing bright and clean bright pool that an improve quality of the products and market competitiveness.



Monday, March 31, 2014

Stretch Wrap Film

A highly stretchable plastic film commonly made from Linear low-density polyethylene (LLDPE) that is wrapped around items. The elastic recovery keeps the items tightly bound.Stretch film is commonly used to wrap products on pallets and secure them to each other and the pallet. This often helps to reduce products loss, discourage load tampering, and reduce worker injury. There are a variety of widths, thicknesses, and types of stretch film.



Saturday, March 22, 2014

Best Transparent Plastic Film

Offered by us is Transparent Plastic Film, which is made using embossing process. In this micro grooves are used to cause diffraction of regular white light into spectral coloring. This further creates a pattern or an image, which offer 3-D effect and spectral coloring. This plastic film is procured from trusted vendors and can be availed at cost effective prices...


Tuesday, March 18, 2014

Plastic LD films

Hitech Packaging are specialize in manufacturing superior quality Plastic LD Films which are widely used in various industrial applications. Manufactured using quality material in our modern production unit these are highly recognized for various exceptional features. These are available in various colors, dimensions and sizes, further are customized according to the client’s specific requirements. 


Friday, February 28, 2014

Semi embossed films in india

The fundamental mechanism in rotary embossing is the embossing nip, which is the area where two embossing rollers come into contact.  The simplest embossing applications use only a single nip.  Others may involve several embossing nips, either in series or in parallel.  Sometimes embossing is directly combined with other finishing processes, such as printing or laminating (which involves other nips).The types of embossing nips are named after the materials that have traditionally been used for the surfaces of the embossing rollers.  These materials are still the most common, but newer materials are being developed.
  • S/S (steel-to-steel):   Both rollers are engraved with patterns that are designed to engage each other in some way.  The surfaces of these rollers must be hard enough and durable enough so that the raised protuberances on each are able to deform the paper.  Traditionally, both surfaces have been steel, and therefore this type of embossing nip is called a "Steel-to-Steel" or S/S embossing nip.
  • R/S (rubber-to-steel):   Only one of the rollers is engraved, while the other roller is covered with a elastic material like rubber.  The surface of the elastic material is smooth, except while it is being pressed against the engraved roller in the embossing nip.  Elastic recovery to its original smooth shape is extremely rapid.  The surface of the engraved roller must be hard enough and durable enough to deform not only the paper that is being embossed, but also must deform the elastic material of the opposing roller (which requires much more force and energy than the paper does).  Traditionally, the engraved surface has been steel and the deformable surface has been rubber.  However, the engraved roller could have a laser engraved surface made of very hard rubber, while the smooth roller could have a surface made of an elastomeric plastic.
  • P/S (paper-to-steel):   There is another type of embossing nip which is really a hybrid between the two described above.  It is mostly used only for paper napkins where the embossing must produce bonding of multiple plies and/or high visual definition in the pattern.  In this case, the steel roller is engraved with the embossing pattern, while the opposing roller is a paper-filled roll that is initially smooth.  A "run-in" period is required to transfer the pattern from the engraved steel surface into the paper surface initially, and also to repair any damage that may later occur to the paper surface.
Embossing nips may be combined in parallel or in series.

  • Serial nips:   This is sometimes used to superimpose one embossing pattern over another, by passing the paper first through one embossing nip, and then through another.  It works best when the first pattern is a very fine-scale pattern that has complete coverage over the paper (like a micro embossing pattern), and the second pattern is composed of larger figures with large open areas between them (like a spot embossing pattern).  However, a very similar effect can often be achieved in a single nip less expensively.
  • Parallel nips:   This is only used for products that have two or more plies.  In a two-ply product, one ply is passed through one nip while the other ply is passed through the other nip, and then the two plies are brought back together again, usually with some method of bonding the plies together.  This is most often employed in two-ply laminated towel products, which use very carefully placed dots of glue to bond the plies together.  The choice of embossing patterns, how the pattern on each ply aligns with the pattern on the other ply, and the placement of the glue are all critical elements in the design of an embossed/laminated paper towel product.

Wednesday, February 26, 2014

Embossed polythene film

Film embossing is a mechanical process in which a flat film is transformed into an embossed product. During the process, thermal and stress fields are applied Lo the polymer, causing changes in the microstructure and physical dimensions of the material. The engineering analysis of the process requires the study of various aspects relating to the characterization of the microstructure before and after embossing, A variety of techniques were employed to characterize the properties and microstructure of the embossed film in relation to: crystallinity, orientation, mechanical properties, and dimensions of the embossed films. The thermal treatment of the polymer film was shown to be the most significant factor in the process. By controlling the thermal treatment of the film, it is possible to manipulate the properties and dimensions of the embossed film. The important aspects: influencing thermal treatment include the radiation heater temperature, preheat roll temperature, line velocity, and film thickness. The initial film orientation and embossing pressure have a minor effect on the final properties of the embossed film. The main effect of the embossing pressure is on the bulk thickness of the embossed film
Film products can be manufactured with materials such as polyethylene, polypropylene and their copolymers, and nylon resins; materials can include fillers, additives, and release agents, and various laminates. Our products can be manufactured in many widths and thicknesses depending on materials. Emboss patterns are available in taffeta, matte, and diamond, as well as dimple, linen, leather grain, and many more..


Friday, February 21, 2014

Polyethylene film is a resinous material with thermoplastic properties that is synthesized by inducing oxidation polymerization of ethylene gas. The degree of pressure used in its manufacturing varies according to the density and melting point of the virgin polymer resin being used. Most commonly, sheets of polyethylene film are produced using a process known as blown film extrusion, in which the polymer resin is melted to its flow point and then extruded through a die to produce a tube of plastic. While the polyethylene is still supple, the tube is closed off at one end and then blown to inflate and stretch the film into the desired length and thickness. The thickness of polyethylene film can be as thin as .0004 inch (10.16 microns).
The introduction of this film was considered groundbreaking in terms of its application in the packaging industry. Specifically, it has proven to be highly valuable in the flexible packaging market. In fact, it has captured the majority of the plastic packaging segment, which primarily consists of bags and wrapping material used for storage or to provide protection from the environment. This includes plastic wrap to protect agricultural crops, as well as ordinary kitchen wrap used to preserve food. Of course, polyethylene film is also essential in the manufacturing of bags, from dry cleaning protective covers to garbage and grocery bags.
One reason that polyethylene film dominates all other materials formerly used in packaging is its ability to self-seal under controlled heat. Shrink wrap, for example, protects items by literally shrinking around them to form a seal in response to the application of heat. This ability makes this film ideal for use in making tamper resistant packaging as well as to seal electrical wiring. In addition, polyethylene sheets can be sewn or stapled together, or even bonded with glue.
Polyethylenefilm is also used extensively in the agricultural industry where it has many applications. For one thing, it is used to protect crops and seeds from pests and disease. This material also helps to prevent the escape of moisture and heat.While most people are familiar with polyethylene film due to its presence in many consumer products, it has a few lesser-known applications. In fact, it is frequently used in building and construction. Aside from acting as a tarpaulin to protect equipment and building materials, it is also placed in the structural interior of buildings to prevent the invasion of moisture. Polyethylene film also serves as a blanket to promote the curing of concrete slabs.


Sunday, February 16, 2014

Stretch wrap films

Categories and sub-categories of stretch wrappers:
Manual (or HandWrappers:
·         Extended Core: An extension of the film's core serves as a handle for wrapping; this type of wrapper offers little stretch control and is hard on hands.
·      Mechanical Brake: A simple structure supports a film roll and a mechanical brake system provides resistance creating stretch of the film.
·         Pole Wrappers: Similar to the Mechanical Brake system, but the roll and brake are at the end of an extended pole, creating an ergonomic design which eliminates the need to bend to wrap the bottoms of loads and strain to reach the tops of loads. Used for space missions too.
Semi-Automatic Wrappers:
·         Turntable Wrappers: The load to be wrapped sits on a turntable which spins the load relative to the film roll, which is housed in a carriage which can move up and down a fixed "mast". Stretch is achieved by rotating the load at a faster rate than the film is fed.
·         Orbital Wrappers: The film is housed in a carriage on a vertical ring, the load is fed horizontally through the eye of the rotating ring, applying film to the load. A variation of an orbital stretch wrapper is a horizontal ring system, in which the load remains still while a horizontal ring is rotated around the load and moves up and down vertically relative to the load, similar to a rotary arm stretch wrapper.
·        Rotary Arm Wrappers: In this system, the load remains still while a rotating arm turns around it wrapping the load. This system is used for light loads or for speeds which would otherwise cause the load to topple due to high rotation speeds.
Automatic Wrappers:
Automatic wrappers are generally a variant of a semi-automatic system. Automatic wrappers include a conveyor system to automatically load the wrapping machine and automatic systems to apply, seal, and cut the film.
·         Turntable Wrappers: The load to be wrapped sits on a turntable which spins the load relative to the film roll, which is housed in a carriage which can move up and down a fixed "mast". Stretch is achieved by rotating the load at a faster rate than the film is fed.
·        Rotary Arm Wrappers: In this system, the load remains still while a rotating arm turns around it wrapping the load. This system is used for light loads or for speeds which would otherwise cause the load to topple due to high rotation speeds.
·         Rotary Ring Wrappers: The film is housed in a carriage on an horizontal ring in which the load remains static while the horizontal ring is rotating around the load and moves up and down vertically relative to the load, similar to a rotary arm stretch wrapper. The rotary ring technology is really a more balanced system with less wear and maintenance than the other available wrapping technologies. These wrappers are capable to reach the highest production capacities (up to 160 pallets/hour).


Wednesday, February 12, 2014

Plastic embossed film

Recycling of Plastic Films
Recycling means moving plastic from the agricultural waste stream back into the manufacturing process. To make recycling a reality, one must have a system or infrastructure in place. The following are the basic components of any such system:
·         Collecting
·         Sorting
·         Reprocessing
·         Marketing
Collecting
For recycling to be effective, one must collect a lot of material, from many farms. However, used plastic film is bulky and cannot be transported very effectively.To reduce transport cost for this bulky material the farmer can use a farm type small square baler that uses tine forks for cross feeding into the baling chamber to compact the plastic on the farm.
Feed the plastic into the baler by spreading the plastic into a windrow and driving the baler into the plastic. Make windrows approximately (1 m x 0.6 m deep) 3 feet by 2 feet high. Do not hand feed plastic into baler! This could cause serious injuries if feet or hands become tangled in the plastic. Large round balers can also be used, however the resulting size and shape of bale is too hard to handle. One may also have plastic compacted at a commercial compactor.The resulting compacted volume could be reduced to 15% of the original bulky volume
Sorting
Agricultural plastic film is mainly low density polyethylene. Sorting of this material is needed because there are different plastic products and additives. For example, plastic wrap is 0.5 to 1 mil thick and has tacifiers (glue) compared to tube plastic which is 4 to 15 mil thick with no tacifiers.

Reprocessing

Agricultural plastic films must be cleaned before being converted into pellets for film or formed into moulded products like plastic lumber and fence posts. Incoming plastics must be inspected for contamination and are accepted or rejected depending on the level of contamination. Contamination includes dirt, sand, stones, grease, vegetation, water, other types of plastic, glue, tape and ultraviolet (UV) light degradation. If the film has lost its flexibility and is crinkly, it has serious ultraviolet light damage. UV damage can severely limit the recyclability of agricultural plastic film.
Plastic films are then chopped in a grinder, washed to remove contaminates, then fed into an extruder where heat and pressure melt the plastics. The molten plastic is extruded into fine strands, then cooled and chopped into pellets. These pellets are used by manufacturers to make new plastic film products.Some plastic film is chopped then melted and formed directly into moulded products.

Marketing

Recycled Film

For agriculture, plastic films could be recycled back into plastic film. This is the best since there is no need to develop a market for the recycled plastic.

Plastic Moulded Products

Here are several options for molded products such as; landscape timbers, fencing, planking for farm pens, roadside posts, benches, picnic tables and pallets.All these options require a marketing plan for selling the new products.




Sunday, February 9, 2014

Embossed Film

Embossing Basics

Definition of embossing:  In the broadest sense, it means to change a surface from flat to shaped, so that there are regions that are raised up from a background.  This meaning would seem to encompass areas that are normally not called embossing:  carving figures into the face of a mountain (like Mt Rushmore), or engraving a steel block.  On this website, I use the word "embossing" only as it applies to thin and malleable materials.  Since the opposing surfaces of a thin material are very close to each other, each raised area on one surface is matched by a recessed area on the the opposite side, and vice versa.  One exception to this is sometimes called "pattern pressing" or "blind embossing".  This occurs when areas of one surface are recessed while the opposite side remains flat, causing the material to become thinner in those areas.  This is typical when embossing leather, for example.
Materials that are embossed:  Just about anything that is thin, flat, and malleable can be embossed.  This includes paper, plastic film, metal foil, nonwovens, textile fabric, leather, and even glass.  These materials may be provided in continuous form (like paper unwinding from a roll), or in discrete form (cut into individual sheets before embossing).
Purpose of embossing:  Sometimes embossing is done for purely decorative reasons.  However, in most cases, the purpose of embossing is to change the physical characteristics of the material.  Embossing a metal foil with a fine texture pattern makes it much easier to handle the foil within the machine that wraps it around a piece of chewing gum.  Embossing a plastic film changes its elastic properties dramatically.  Embossing tissue paper improves absorbency and flexibility, but almost always at the expense of strength.  Embossing increases the overall thickness of the material.
Methods of embossing are often determined by the properties of the material, and how it is provided.  The material may be malleable or fluid, or somewhere between.  It may be provided in continuous form (without breaks), or in discrete lengths or pieces.

  • For malleable materials, a permanent shape change is imposed simply by the application of force.  This usually has a very significant effect upon the mechanical properties of the material.  Most tissue paper is embossed this way, while the paper is completely dry.
  • For fluid materials, the embossing step starts out more like casting onto a mold while the material is still fluid, and then the material is changed from fluid to solid.  This reduces the effect of the embossing upon the strength and elasticity of the material.  In the case of tissue paper, the fluid state is the suspension of paper fibers in water, the mold is the forming wire, and the material becomes more solid as the water is removed.
  • Some embossed materials are somewhere between malleable and fluid.  For instance, tissue paper can be shaped after it is formed, but still very wet.  The results are much different from traditional "dry embossing".
  • When the material to be embossed has been cut into discrete lengths, it is usually necessary to employ an intermittent method like stamp embossing, where the sheet is pressed between two plates.
  • When the material to be embossed is provided in continuous form, without breaks, then the preferred method is rotary embossing, where the material is passed between embossing rollers.  Rotary embossing is much, much faster than any of the intermittent embossing methods.