Materials for Blister Packaging Products

- Oct 31, 2019-

 Materials Contrast:

MaterialsAdvantagesDisadvantages

Polyvinylchloride
(PVC)

Excellent clarity
Durable and strong
Resistant to grease, oil and chemicals
Limited recycling opportunities
Environmental unfriendliness
PVC is easy to melt when heating
Polyethylene terephthalate (PET)Outstanding clarity
Strong yet lightweight
Hygenic and safe for direct food contact
Resists cracking
Barrier to moisture and gas
Can be colored or tinted
PET is difficult to melt when heating,  price higher than PVC.
Polypropylene (PP)Excellent impact resistance
Barrier to moisture
Resistant to chemicals, heat, grease and oil
Food safe
Able to be microwaved and frozen
Low size accuracy, lack of intensity, poor weather resistance, easy to produce "Copper harm". it has a after-contraction phenomenon, after stripping, easy to aging, brittle and deformed.
Polystyrene (PS) Eco-Friendly,
Polystyrene is one of the most widely used plastics on the market.
offering a thin-gauge solution with superior strength characteristics
Low density, poor toughness, easy to burn