If you’re a snack food manufacturer or a converter, you know how critical seal strength is and what headaches can occur when seals fail and filled packages burst or are damaged during transport in high-altitude and low-atmospheric-pressure regions of the United States. Now there’s a solution.
The new OTM films are manufactured by means of Toray’s proprietary, modified OPP core layer and a proprietary sealant, which work synergistically to provide superior seal strength and hermetic seals. Hermetic seals also ensure a proper seal through any food residue that may have migrated into seal areas, and they keep necessary oils where they belong: inside the package.
Toray’s OTM films are robust enough to allow CPGs to switch from a traditional three-ply lamination to a two-ply structure; that simplifies the converting process and promotes production efficiencies, which enable cost savings. Simplified converting also allows for productive multi-channel distribution.
Use Toray’s new OTM films for pillows, pouches, and stand-up pouches (SUP) that are specified for salty and savory snacks, cookies, crackers, biscuits, and confectionery items.
> Request information about how to beat the burst with Torayfan Over-the-Mountain films.
> Read Toray’s recent white paper, BOPP Laminate Structures for Over-the-Mountain VFFS Pouch Applications.
See Toray’s new Over-the-Mountain films at Pack Expo International 2016, booth N-5879.