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Plastic film 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.
Almost all plastics can be formed into a thin film. Some of the primary ones are:
- Polyethylene – The most common plastic film is made of one of the varieties of polyethylene; Low-density polyethylene, Medium-density polyethylene, High-density polyethylene, and Linear low-density polyethylene.
- Polypropylene – Polypropylene can be made a cast film, biaxially oriented film (BOPP), or as a uniaxially oriented film.
- Polyester – BoPET is a biaxially oriented polyester film Nylon
- Polyvinyl chloride – film can be with or without a Plasticizer
- A variety of bioplastics and biodegradable plastics are available.
- Semiembossed film – Semiembossed film can be 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