Thin layer – High functionality

Inline coated BOPP films – an economic way to enrich your product portfolio

Many film properties are directly related to the surface characteristics and chemical constitution of the outer layer. Especially for polyolefine-based materials, a further converting step is not purposeful without a suitable surface treatment (e.g. corona, flame or plasma). By using one of these “state-of-the-art” technologies, it is possible to increase the surface tension – but the treatment level is limited and only temporary. In order to develop novel treatment methods for BOPP, several years ago Brückner started to invest in inline coating developments to provide solutions for our customers.

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