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PACKING PAPERS / FOILS

For ATDP systems (Automated Tablet Dispensing & Packaging systems), a Cellophane-based thin, multilayer film, usually transparent, is employed as a packaging material (also called packing paper or foil). Cellophane can be made in various thicknesses and colours and by the application of softening materials and special coatings, it can be made better tearable, moisture-proof and heat-sealing capable.

Thickness of a Cellophane-based thin film for ATDP systems is around 40-60um. In a multilayer configuration, Cellophane is the carrier upon which other coatings (resin, white bedding, among others) are applied to achieve the correct properties for the application.

Our custom packing papers are made of premium Cellophane film and have improved properties (E.g. tearability, seal temperature) compared to other packing papers. Therefor our custom packing paper will have a similar sealing temperature as original, but we always aim to reduce the required seal temperature to provide longer life to ATDP system components.
By customer requirement, we can adjust several parameters like the paper width, application of a white bedding, white bedding width and even addition of serrated (notched) edges.

When your ATDP system allows additional length, we can increase packing paper roll length to reduce the amount of change-overs. But standard we supply the same length as your original packing paper roll. Depending on your ATDP system, we supply the packing paper on plastic or carton cores.

All our packing papers are winded on the core folded or unfolded (flat). This according the ATDP system the customer uses. But unless specific requested by the customer, we can adapt the winding procedure. Below some examples of folding and coating of the packing paper.

JVM – unfolded – white bedding
Tosho – folded – white bedding
Yuyama – unfolded – white bedding
Cretem – unfolded – white bedding
Kokoon – folded – white bedding
Panasonic – folded – white bedding

Disclaimer: Manufacturer names are solely for reference purposes only.