The heat sealable CPP films offer high hot tack (>600gf/inch over a range of 100-140°C) and low seal initiation temperature; enabling packaging machines to run at higher speeds.
The films offer good moisture, oxygen, light and aroma barrier properties with an OTR and MVTR of <30cc/m2/day and <0.3g/m2/day respectively.
“We see more and more CPP being used globally, as well as in India, as a choice material for packaging applications in food and agriculture owing to its high transparency vis-à-vis polyethylene and excellent sealing performance,” said Pankaj Poddar, CEO, Cosmo Films.
“Cosmo Films has worked hard to come up with an extensive range of CPP films that offer both functionality and mono-materialization.”
The films are suitable for biscuits, cookies and crackers, snack food applications, chocolates, and ice-creams.
They are available in a range of 20 to 30 microns, for adhesive and extrusion lamination.
Established in 1981, Cosmo Films is the largest exporter of BOPP films from India and a largest producer of thermal lamination films, with manufacturing units in India, Korea and Japan.