Foil names and applications
Depending on the intended use, there are different names for foils. Here is a list of common names, materials and areas of applications:
Mainly used for covering in construction. But it is also used in trade fair construction. It is made from LDPE and mainly produced in black. Common strength is 200 my. The type 200 offered in stores corresponds to a real strength of 160 my. We also produce construction film in natural, transparent or any desired color. The film can also be ordered folded on a roll. A 4m wide film can be wound onto a 2m wide roll. But multiple folds are also possible, for example 6m with 2 side folds on a 2m roll.
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Workers unrolling construction foil, black
Garden / greenhouse film
Often made from LDPE regrind and is usually milky transparent. Common strength is 190my and is provided with UV protection. We produce exactly according to your requirements.
Silage film is mainly used in agriculture as an oxygen barrier. It enables grass and maize to be preserved over a long period of time. It is produced as a coex film from LDPE and metallocene. We do not process this material.
Pool film/Pond liner
Foils made of soft PVC are used for foil ponds. We do not process this material.
Roofing film is a film that is usually made of plastic and contains PU or PVC. These materials ensure that the roof membrane is very resistant and can withstand any weather without any problems.
Vapor barrier film/Fire protection film
Vapor barrier film is a flame-retardant film in accordance with DIN 4102 in category B1 or B2. Common dimensions are 4000mm with a thickness of 0.150mm. We manufacture according to your needs.
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Film, flame retardant, according to DIN 4102 and EN 13501-1, class B1 or B2
Our film/foils products are environmentally friendly because they are 100% recyclable, rot-proof and neutral to groundwater. Polyethylene can be re-melted, i.e. it is completely recyclable and can therefore be reused in a different form. Our production waste is recycled in our own regenerated plant for reuse. Our films, which are made from recycled material, the so-called regrind, are particularly cost-effective. For example, they are ideal for the construction industry.
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