Your plastic packaging needs are sure to be met by partnering with Marshall Plastic Film. We know that no two plastic applications are exactly the same, which means we don’t have any off the shelf products. We custom engineer all of our plastic packaging to meet your exact requirements. In the beginning our focus was on low density flexible packaging – primarily what other manufacturers would use to package their products. Over the years, we became one of the first to become equipped to extrude high percentage linear low density blends.
LiquiPac bags, liners, film, and tubing are all an innovative and new way to handle the transportation, discharge, and storage of liquid products. LiquiPac liners are ideal for use with boxes, totes, drums, bags, and other FIBC containers. These LiquiPac offerings help manufacturers reduce and even completely eliminate expenses incurred from having to clean up leaking and contamination problems from liquid products.
Selecting plastic film or plastic packaging may seem like a pretty uncomplicated task, but there are more options available than you might think. Working with a knowledgeable manufacturer is extremely important – these experts can guide you through the variables and help you find what’s going to work best for your product while also being as cost effective as possible. In this post, we will look at the main options you have when choosing a plastic package for your custom industrial packaging application.
It’s important to find the best material that you require to meet your exact specifications. There are many options available, including flame-retardant, VCI, side-weld, and perforated – this makes it difficult for a buyer to weigh the advantages of every plastic film variation. Luckily, Marshall Plastic Film has the knowledge and experience necessary to help you in making the best possible decision. Our laboratory services provide you with extensive, on-site testing that will make your decision simple and clear. In this post, we will look at what we offer and how we can help you to make the best decision on what plastic materials and products you should use for your application.
Shrink bundling film, commonly known as shrink wrap, is a plastic material made of polymer film that shrinks when heat is applied to it. Shrink wrap continues to be one of the most cost effective methods of securely packaging and protecting your product for distribution or shelf display. Another huge bonus is that it helps eliminate paperboard and corrugate materials for packaging in nearly every industry. Shrink wrap is a plastic material made of polymer film that shrinks when heat is applied to it.
It's important to use the correct plastic packaging solution for your specific application. Whether you're in an industry that requires color coded packaging like the medical industry or you need extremely durable, flexible bags for industrial packaging, finding the right plastic bag is not always easy. We offer a wide array of plastic film and bags for every industry. In this post, we will briefly look at the different plastic packaging options we have available.
Many industries use flexible packaging films and bags to protect their products from damage in shipping and storing. It's important to know that packaging bags and films are not one size fits all – the type of material and the size of the bag are determinations that will need to be made. It's also important to find a plastics company that will help you to lower your costs by reducing the amount of plastic packaging you use, as well as making sure the material is durable and long lasting.
An autoclave is basically a heated pressure chamber. They're most commonly used in the medical industry to perform sterilization of medical devices. Autoclaves are able to sterilize equipment and supplies in autoclave bags by killing microorganisms with high pressure steam. Autoclave bags can withstand heat well over the 121℃ temperature used in autoclaving machines. In this post we'll go over the standard autoclave cycle which can vary based on the materials being sterilized.
Flame retardant plastic film use has been steadily increasing since its development. It is made by combining a retardant with polymers which will help resist ignition, suppress smoke, decrease the spread of flames, and stop the polymer in the plastic film from dripping. There are currently two common types of flame retardant additives: halogenated and non-halogenated.