Plastic PE inner bag

Plastic PE inner bag

inner bag for packing box
inner bag for packing box

PE packaging bags have a certain degree of ductility and can produce a certain degree of thermal stability under use, so many people like them very much. But in daily life, you will see that some of the more commonly used quantities are not a single substance, but many different substances. One of the more commonly used types of PE bags is a polymer. In order to effectively improve the current performance of the packaging bag, different auxiliary materials are added, such as thickeners or lubricating fluids, to achieve the daily use experience around us.

PE bag is a kind of plastic bag.

The plastic bags provided by supermarkets are generally PE bags. Polyethylene packaging bag is a common soft bag sold in the general market. It has good quality, poor transparency, and a low price. So for PE bags, PE is the abbreviation of polyethylene, a thermoplastic resin polymerized from ethylene. Industrially, it also includes α-copolymers of ethylene and a small number of olefins; it is a transparent plastic bag that can be used to package clothing, bags, electronic products, etc.

pe inner bag for pp woven bag
pe inner bag for pp woven bag

Then let’s talk about polyethylene PE bags are usually used in the following aspects: Film: This is an essential use of PE. More than 50% of LDPE is used for film, suitable for food, daily use, vegetable, shrink, self-adhesive, garbage bags, and other light packaging films, as well as agricultural films, greenhouse films, plastic wrap, etc.; more than 10% of HDPE is used for films. Due to its high strength, it is mainly used for repackaging films, tear films, vest bags, etc.; more than 70% of linear polyethylene is used for film formation, which has good ductility, high elongation, puncture resistance, environmental stress cracking resistance, and Low-temperature shock and other advantages. Widely used in packaging film, garbage bags, plastic wrap, self-adhesive film, winding film, shrink film, ultra-thin agricultural film, etc. It is also often blended with LDPE to form films to improve processability.