LAMSLIP 754, a specialty slip masterbatch from Ampacet, provides outstanding and consistent slip performance for laminated flexible film structures, resulting in trouble-free converting and packingoperations for food and non-food applications.
Polyethylene film is widely used in complex structures through adhesive lamination with other film substrates such as PET, BOPP and CPP to combine the properties of individual films and optimize the performance of flexible packaging. When using conventional slip additives such as erucamide to laminate polyethylene films, film producers and packaging converters often face technical problems such as loss of slip properties after lamination and transfer of the slip additive, which can affect slip performance of the packaging film and lead to converting issues.
Ampacet LAMSLIP 754 maintains a low and consistent coefficient of friction, even after adhesive lamination, and eliminates the possibility of transfer of slip additive on the opposite side of the laminate. Highly efficient at low addition rates, LAMSLIP 754 limits converting and packing problems typically linked to fluctuating slip properties of the packaging film and prevents efficiency losses during the automatic packaging process. This innovative masterbatch technology reduces the quantity of off-specification and scrapped films and decreases the risk of claims from converters and end users, making it a reliable solution for laminated packaging and pouch applications.
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