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  • 27 Sep 2022

Jindal introduces Ethy-Lyte BOPE films

Jindal has introduced new high-barrier Ethy-Lyte films, which can be adopted in the flexible packaging market as PE printing films for recyclable mono-PE structures

Luxembourg-based BOPP or BOPE films specialist Jindal has introduced new high-barrier Ethy-Lyte films, which can be adopted in the flexible packaging market as PE printing films for recyclable mono-PE structures.

Ethy-Lyte films can be used as substitutes for conventional polyester or nylon printing films in lamination with PE films, thus creating fully recyclable mono-PE packaging.

The range includes high gloss, matte, sealable and also two-sided printable films to cover all types of print designs. The mono-PE structures can be used for all pack formats and various applications in food and non-food market. 

The new generation of films includes 25HD800, a 25µm transparent, high-barrier BOPE printing film, one side coated with EVOH. The film provides gas and aroma protection and is designed to be used as an outer printing web to be laminated with PE sealing films for creating recyclable, two-ply mono-PE laminates. 

The range also includes 25HDM285, a 25µm metalized, high-barrier BOPE lamination film, one side metalized and treated on the other. The film provides gas and aroma protection and is designed to be used as a mid-layer in three-ply mono-PE laminates. This film is a substitute for conventional metalized PET or aluminum films resulting in fully recyclable mono-PE laminates.  

The new films preserve the quality, aroma, and taste of sensitive products and guarantee long shelf life. Typical applications are packaging for nuts, coffee, pet food, dry food and many others.

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