Filmon® BX

With its tubular simultaneous stretching double-bubble technology, our BOPA films films offer excellent flexibility and durability, for packaging with more effective barrier properties and longer product shelf lives.

Properties

  • Isotropic balanced & dimensional stability
  • Unmatched puncture, pinholing and flex-crack resistance
  • Excellent gas/aroma barrier properties
  • Functional barrier for mineral oils

FILMON® BX PRODUCT RANGE

 

 

Proprieties Applications Thicknesses
BX One side corona treated General purpose 12-15-20-25 μm
BXB Both side corona treated Middle layer applications (triplex, quadruplex structure) 12-15-20-25 μm
BXS Improved dimensional stability Report applications 15-20 μm
BXSB Both side corona treated improved dimensional stability Retort applications, middle layer (triplex, quadruplex structure) 15-20 μm
BXH Thermoshrinkable Processed meat, cheese, pet food, casings 15-20 μm

 

Technical properties

FILMON® BX nylon film range offers enhanced resistance to puncturing, impacts, torsion and tension, with outstanding barrier properties.

Thick Dens UnitWeight Haze(ASTM D2003) Tensile Strenght(ASTM D882) Tensile E-Modulus(ASTM D882) O2 T.R.@23°/65% R.H.(ASTM F1927) W.V.T.R@38°/90% R.H.(ASTM F1249) FLEX CRACKResistance(Gelbo Flex Test) PunctureResistance ImpactResistance(ASTM D3420)
BX μm (g/cc) (g/m2) (%) Stress @ break(kg/mm2)MD Stress @ break(kg/mm2)TD Elongation @ break(%)MD Elongation @ break(%)TD (kg/mm2)MD (kg/mm2)TD (cc/m2/24h/atm) (g/m2/24h) (N. of pinholes/1000 cycles) Round probe 2mm(N) Spencer PendulumImpact test
12 1,15 13,8 1,9 24,0 30,0 135 105 270 250 44 320 0+1 18 17,5
15 1,15 17,3 2,2 24,0 30,0 135 105 270 250 35 280 0+1 20 21,0
20 1,15 23 2,6 24,0 30,0 135 105 270 250 26 210 0+1 27 27,5
25 1,15 28 3,2 24,0 30,0 135 105 270 250 21 132 0+2 33 32,0

Solutions

Our FILMON® BX films are widely used in multilayer structures for applications requiring high puncture and flex-crack resistance and an effective aroma barrier. This range is particularly suitable for all converting processes, such as printing, lamination and coating