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packaging material for telescopic blisters

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sicht-pack Hagner GmbH

72280-D Dornstetten
        21-23 Musbacher Straße

+49 7443 250

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packaging material for telescopic blisters

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Telescopic blisters, also known as clamshell blisters or slider blisters, are packaging solutions that consist of two blister halves that slide or telescope together to enclose and protect the product. These types of blister packs are commonly used for products such as electronic devices, tools, and small consumer goods. The packaging materials used for telescopic blisters typically include:
  1. PVC (Polyvinyl Chloride): PVC is a widely used material for telescopic blister packaging. It offers excellent clarity, allowing for product visibility, and provides a good barrier against moisture, dust, and tampering. PVC is known for its durability and ability to maintain the shape of the blister during the telescoping process.
  2. PET (Polyethylene Terephthalate): PET is another popular choice for telescopic blister packaging. It offers similar benefits to PVC, such as transparency and protection, but with improved clarity and better recyclability. PET is known for its strength and ability to maintain its shape during the sliding action.
  3. RPET (Recycled Polyethylene Terephthalate): RPET is a recycled version of PET and is gaining popularity as a sustainable option for telescopic blister packaging. It provides the same advantages as PET, but with the added benefit of using post-consumer recycled content, reducing environmental impact.

Thickness range : 180 up to 500 μ (tolérance +/- 7%)

Standard : 700 x 1000 mm, 980 x 800 mm and 1235 x 1015 mm

Tolerance : Length +/- 1 mm, width +/- 2 mm


packaging material for telescopic blisters

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