With the Shrink Sleeve label, you can provide 360-degree visual opportunities to your packaging and make your product stand out with vivid and bright colors. It is a preferred label form in Cosmetics, Food, Beverage and Home Care Products with its structure and durability that adapts to all kinds of packaging.
Shrink Sleeve Raw Materials
PVC – Polyvinyl Chloride (PVC) high density film that shrinks at low temperature. The most commonly used material is PVC, an easy film to control in the shrink process. It has a wide range of excellent shrink rates, sharpness, print quality, shrink temperature and shrink rate. PVC also has high impact resistance for extra weather resistance. This durable shrink sleeve material has a very low cost.
PETG- Polyproplyene Teftalat Glycol (Petg) is a high density film with high strength ratio, excellent clarity. Petg is an expensive and heat resistant film, it has a high shrinkage property, it has a higher brightness in very durable printing and at the same time it has a very low shrinkage rate. Petg is pasteurized and recyclable in today’s market as a highly sought-after feature.
OPS- (Oriented Polystyrene) over 70% TD feature is completely recyclable, so it is an effective solution for sleeve with its environmentally friendly low processing direction shrink feature.
PLA- polylactide or polylactic acid PLA is a biodegradable thermoplastic material obtained from edible sources. It has increased its popularity in addition to its use as a shrink sleeve label due to its ability to shrink and be degradable in recent years.