What is cellophane? Cellophane is a film made of natural fibers such as cotton pulp and wood pulp by an adhesive method. It is transparent, non-toxic and tasteless. Because air, oil, bacteria and water are not easily permeable through cellophane, it can be used as food packaging. Apply a moisture-proof coating on one or both sides of ordinary cellophane, and then dry and adjust the humidity to make moisture-proof cellophane. At present, many cigarette pack, cosmetics and other products are packaged with this packaging film.
What are the uses of cellophane?
Food packaging is one of the main uses of cellophane. Since they are FDA-approved, you can safely store edibles in them. They keep food fresh for a long time after being heat sealed. This is a benefit of cellophane because they extend the shelf life of products by protecting them from water, dirt and dust.
Cellophane is great for keeping screws, nuts, bolts, and other tools. You can make pouches for each size and category of tools so you can easily find them when you need them.
You can keep newspapers and other documents in it to keep them out of the water.
Benefits of cellophane:
- There is a wonderful micro-breathability in its molecular chain, which allows the product to breathe like an egg through the micropores on the egg skin, which is very beneficial to the preservation and preservation of the product.
- Strong resistance to oily, alkaline and organic solvents; no static electricity, no self-absorption of dust.
- Widely used in the lining paper and decorative packaging paper of commodities.
- Its transparency allows people to see the goods inside at a glance, and it has the properties of moisture-proof, water-proof, micro-breathable, heat-sealable, etc., which plays a good role in protecting the goods.
In addition, cellophane film is also one of the main packaging materials used by automatic cellophane wrapping machines. Many customers also purchase cellophane films in bulk when purchasing cellophane packaging machines.