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Clysar® ABL Film Offers Unsurpassed Strength To Resist Punctures And Tears
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Soft, yet durable film is the perfect packaging solution for oddly shaped products.
OSHKOSH, WI - Clysar's ABL is a polyolefin film designed with high available shrinkage, which is ideal for wrapping oddly shaped or high profile packages. This film's superior strength ensures tight, wrinkle-free packages that resist punctures and tears for superior product protection. From small and fragile products to heavier objects, this general-purpose film with excellent memory is ideal for wrapping a multitude of items including food, toys, paper products, personal care items and pet food.
ABL was designed specifically for use on a wide variety of sealers and tunnels that utilize limited airflow. It also runs well on all L-sealers and automatic side seal systems with varying tunnel temperatures. Originally, the product was developed for the PVC market in Europe, and was so well received that Clysar brought it to the United States.
Widely used with proven reliability, ABL is compatible with all sealing mechanisms, including systems for PVC films. It consistently seals at high speeds when compared to most polyolefin films and seals easily even under less-than-optimum conditions with virtually no pinholes in the seal.
"We can use ABL to wrap almost anything from filters and cups to items with sharp edges," explains Vicki Larson, marketing manager of Clysar. "This film's key benefit is its available shrinkage, which is upwards of 70 percent. All other polyolefins are typically in the 50 to 60 percent range. The available shrinkage, combined with good puncture resistance and memory, guarantees enhanced package appearance for most product shapes and sizes."
When a two-inch by four-foot board containing a nail was wrapped with ABL and repeatedly dropped, Clysar reported no punctures or tears. Not only does ABL provide maximum puncture resistance, it also ensures product integrity and enables products to be readily visible so consumers have confidence when making a purchasing decision.
Whether it is industrial goods or consumer products, there isn't another shrink film on the market that offers all the characteristics of ABL. It is available in the following gauges: 50, 60, 75, 100, 125, and is also compatible with the LDPE recycle stream.
For more information on Clysar ABL Films and recommended applications, call 1-888-4CLYSAR (1-888-425-9727) or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Established in 1963, Clysar is a division of Bemis Company, Inc. Headquartered in Oshkosh, Wisconsin, the Company manufactures high-performance polyolefin films for a wide variety of packaging applications. Today, the Clysar product line includes nine distinctly different and innovative films including HP Gold and ShrinkBox™. The Wisconsin based company has worldwide operations with over 400 employees at two manufacturing facilities located in Clinton, Iowa, and Le Trait, France. For information about Bemis Clysar visit www.clysar.com.
About Bemis Company
Bemis Company is a major supplier of flexible packaging and pressure sensitive materials used by leading food and consumer products, manufacturing, and other companies worldwide. Founded in 1858, the Company reported 2006 net sales of $3.6 billion. The Company's flexible packaging business has a strong technical base in polymer chemistry, film extrusion, coating and laminating, printing, and converting. The Company's pressure sensitive materials business specializes in adhesive technologies. Headquartered in Neenah, Wisconsin, Bemis employs about 15,700 individuals in 55 manufacturing facilities in 10 countries around the world. For more information about the company visit www.bemis.com.