Western Plastics stocks, for immediate shipment,
red, blue green, yellow, orange and white tinted handwraps,
extended core handwraps and machine films.
We also stock black and white opaque stretch film.
What is the difference between opaque
film and tinted film?Answer
Opaque films do not allow light through the film.
Since light cannot pass through the film this creates
a natural U.V. (Ultra Violet) protection to wrapped
products. Opaque stretch films also offer a bigger protection
- THEFT! Opaque films protect shipments while they are
in transit by not allowing "would be" thieves
to see the contents of your palletized loads.
(L) Opaque Black (R) Red Tinted
Tinted film is colored stretch film which allows
the pallet contents to be seen while distinguishing
the pallet from other loads. This deters carriers from
breaking down pallets during transit and reduces pilferage.
Effective for inventory management and product identification.
Do you have samples available for
Yes! Western Plastics will provide samples rolls
for specific items. Also customized sample packs with
various products are available for sales presentations
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Many people call stretch film "shrink"
film. Is there a difference?Answer
Yes, stretch film "stretches" and adheres
Shrink film needs heat applied to it and to allow
it to "shrink" around the items being wrapped.
For special sizes and case counts
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Stretch film is made almost entirely of Linear Low
Density Polyethylene (LLDPE) with small percentages
of other types of polyethylene for property enhancement.
All materials used in the production of film are completely
recyclable as low density polyethylene.
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