How plastic bags are produced
Plastic bags are produced in co-extruder machines using low-density and high-density raw materials as single-layer or multi-layer. The raw materials are first melted by applying high heat and brought to wax consistency. Then, they are turned into films for production by adjusting their width and thickness in accordance with the wishes and demands of the customers, thanks to the molds in the co-extruder machines. These produced films can go through printing processes for advertising features such as logos, addresses and photographs. Then, width, length, bellows, hole opening, handle attachment, hand fitting, rope attachment and lamination are all determined in line with the requests and demands of the customers. Finally, after the approval of the quality control department, the bags are kept and cooled in cold storage, ready for shipment.
Carrier bags, pallet covers and advertising bags are robust, practical and economical solutions that companies can use for advertising, promotion, transport, stacking and protection of products from external factors.
Contrary to what is known today, plastic packaging materials such as advertising bags, nylon bags, transparent bags, transport bags, non-static bags, pallet covers and garbage bags are produced as environmentally friendly. Thanks to the technological additives mixed with the raw material during the production phase, it disappears spontaneously within 12 – 24 months in nature.
What are the benefits of using plastic bags?
- -Plastic bags and advertising bags are more economical than other packaging techniques.
- -Pallet covers and garbage bags are more robust than other packaging techniques.
- -Plastic bags and transparent bags are more practical and long-lasting than other packaging techniques.
Available Dimension, Thickness and Length of Bags
|10 cm||30 mic -150mic||10 cm – 150 cm|
|15 cm||30 mic -150mic||10 cm – 150 cm|
|20 cm||30 mic -150mic||10 cm – 150 cm|
|25 cm||30 mic -150mic||10 cm – 150 cm|