What is BOPA plastic?
BOPA stands for Biaxially Oriented Polyamide. It is also known as BON (Biaxially Oriented Nylon) film. It is made of polyamide (PA) plastic. And polyamide is a high-performance plastic. BOPA film is a biaxially oriented nylon film, suitable for heat press packaging and packaging applications for high-speed printing.
What is BOPA film used for?
BOPA films are especially suitable for packing of foods that deteriorate easily, frozen and cooked foods, vegetables, aquatic products and medical machines, electronic products, etc. It is a metallized nylon film by a controlled vacuum deposition of high purity aluminum.
What is the density of BOPA film?
|MELTING POINT ( ℃ )||DSC||215-225|
|INTENSION STRENGTH /MPA||ASTM D882||250/250|
|ELONGATION (%)||ASTM D882||80-120/80-120|
Why is nylon used in flexible packaging?
Since nylon is a semicrystalline material, processes that rapidly cool the polyamide film will result in lower crystallinity and therefore provide more transparent, flexible, thermoformable film.
What is the difference between BOPP and PP?
PP stands for Polypropylene, OPP stands for Oriented Polypropylene, and BOPP stands for Biaxially Oriented Polypropylene. They differ in the style of their fabrication. Polypropylene, also called are polypropene is a semi-crystalline thermoplastic polymer. It has high impact resistance and is strong and tough.
Is PP the same as Bopp?
OPP stands for Oriented Polypropylene, BOPP stands for Biaxially Oriented Polypropylene and PP stands for Polypropylene. All three differ in their style of fabrication. Polypropylene also known as polypropene is a thermoplastic semi-crystalline polymer. It is tough, strong and has high impact resistance.
What is the difference between PP and BOPP?
Can nylon film be recycled?
Most clean and dry plastic films and bags are 100% recyclable at participating retail and local drop off locations.
What type of plastic is Bopp?
Biaxially oriented polypropylene (BOPP) film is film stretched in both machine and transverse directions, producing molecular chain orientation in two directions.
Is Bopp a polypropylene?
BOPP is a popular label material made of plastic. It stands for Biaxially-Oriented (BO) Polypropylene (PP). Biaxially-oriented refers to the production process that stretches the film over two directions, making it stronger and more transparent.
How can you tell if a plastic is polyethylene or polypropylene?
The colour of flame, scent and characteristics of burning can give an indication of the type of plastic:
- Polyethylene (PE) – Drips, smells like candlewax.
- Polypropylene (PP) – Drips, smells mostly of dirty engine oil and undertones of candlewax.
What is BOPP plastic film?
What Is BOPP? BOPP is a popular label material made of plastic. It stands for Biaxially-Oriented (BO) Polypropylene (PP). Biaxially-oriented refers to the production process that stretches the film over two directions, making it stronger and more transparent.
Is there a difference between OPP and BOPP?
What is the thickness of Bopa film?
We manufacture BOPA films with thickness varying from 40 ga to 120 ga and width ranging from 12″ to 80″. Our BOPA production unit holds various standard quality certifications such as IS0 9001: 2008, FDA 21 CFR 177.1500 and EC 207/19/EC, REACH SVHC.
Who is the largest producer of Bopa nylon in China?
Yuncheng plastics is one of the largest producers of BOPA nylon film in China, have 18 years experiences, with the annual capacity 80,000 Metric tons produced by 7 BOPA production lines. We have established three factories, Kunshan Yuncheng Plastic, Yuncheng Heshan New Materials and Yuncheng Qilong New Materials.
Where is BOPA made?
Our state of art BOPA manufacturing facility is stationed in Asia and is one of largest conglomerate in Asia. We have a highly skilled manufacturing team and follow continuous improvement techniques to make world class BOPA products. Our BOPA films have excellent tensile strength, aroma barrier and puncture resistance properties.