Cortec has unveiled Cor-Pak Stretch Hoods with a combination of enhanced polyethylene resins with VpCI Technology and powered by Nano VpCI making it the most advanced corrosion inhibiting stretch film available today on the market.
Stretch hoods are among the fastest growing packaging techniques for shipment of palletised goods. In recognition of this trend, Croatian bioplastics plant EcoCortec has designed specialty plastomer material solutions to further revolutionise the stretch hood packaging market.
Cor-Pak Stretch Hoods powered by Nano VpCIare is the ultimate high-performance stretch hood films for corrosion protection of ferrous and non-ferrous metals.
The film is suitable for industrial use to stabilise loads and ensure pallet integrity for efficient packaging and delivery. This film is co-extruded using state of-the-art resins, offering superior strength and stretch
characteristics as well as multi-metal corrosion inhibiting properties that only VpCI Technology can deliver. UV stable and recyclable Cor-Pak Stretch Hoods deliver puncture resistance and load holding, which allow a user to down-gauge, contain aggressive loads and produce a better package at reduced cost.
The combination of enhanced polyethylene resins with VpCI Technology makes Cor-Pak Stretch Hoods the most advanced corrosion inhibiting stretch film available today on the market.
Cor-Pak Stretch Hoods can easily be recycled and are compatible with commercially available manual and automatic stretch wrapping equipment. Cor-Pak Stretch Hoods meet German TL 8135-002 and NACE TM0208-2018 standards for corrosion protection.
Hoods can be tailored per customer request. The stretch hoods are elastic (788.4% elongation at break), sealable and show outstanding toughness. Cor-Pak Stretch Hoods can be used in the fast-growing market for stretch hood film packaging techniques. They allow industries to quickly and securely wrap and contain heavy loads while protecting metal components from corrosion. -- Tradearabia News Service