This section provides an overview for blister & skin packaging as well as their applications and principles. Also, please take a look at the list of 4 blister & skin packaging manufacturers and their company rankings. Here are the top-ranked blister & skin packaging companies as of December, 2023: 1.Clearwater Packaging, Inc., 2.Jonco Industries, Inc..
"Blister" in blister and skin packaging means "bubble" in English, and blister and skin packaging is a clear plastic package in which the object to be covered is placed on a backing paper and sealed from above.
It can be formed to fit the size and shape of the object, and can be individually packed, regardless of the object.
Blister and skin packaging is available in a welded type that is directly attached to the backing paper, a retractable type that is fitted together, and a sliding type in which the backing paper is inserted from behind.
They are designed to be environmentally friendly because they facilitate sorting.
The following describes the uses of blister and skin packaging. Blister and skin packaging is used to protect and seal objects.
Blister and skin packaging is widely used for a variety of applications, such as daily necessities, toys, and pharmaceuticals. This is because it is transparent, allowing the contents inside to be seen clearly and protected from water and dust contamination, and because it can be molded into any desired shape.
Since it is crimped to the base paper, it is suitable for use in product packaging because it prevents the products and other items inside from moving and being damaged, and also prevents theft, such as by removing the contents.
Next, the principle of the blister and skin packaging is explained. When packing goods, they are made of plastic and transparent in order to allow a clear view of the inside and to protect them from deterioration and contamination caused by dust and water.
Blister and skin packaging is formed from plastic sheets by heat, taking advantage of the thermo-variable characteristics of plastic.
Here, we will explain how blister and skin packaging is formed. First, a mold is prepared according to the shape of the product, and a thin sheet of plastic is heated. Once the plastic is heated until it is hot enough to deform, the mold is pushed up and pressed against the plastic.
The inside of the mold is then depressurized and disposed of to create a vacuum, allowing the plastic to adhere to the mold. After cooling and hardening the plastic sufficiently, it is removed from the mold and the excess plastic portion is pulled out.
Blister and skin packaging can be directly crimped, fitted, or slid onto a backing paper, etc. Depending on the method, thermo-compression bonding, bending, or other processing is added to complete the process.
*Including some distributors, etc.
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Pack Logix, located on Cheaney Rd. in Waukesha, WI, was formed in 1945 as a manufacturer and distributor of packaging products. The company manufactures metal containers, oilers, acrylics, laminate & aluminum tubes, and closures such as pumps and sprayers. It also produces squeeze tubes, jars, bottles, and pails made of plastics such as LPDE, PET, HDPE, PVC, and PP for the manufacturing, automotive, marine, and recreational industries. The business provides services such as pouch packing, liquid filling lines, clamshell packaging, cartridge filling, and sourcing.
Clearwater Packaging, Inc., since 1982, has been a full-service provider and manufacturer of packaging materials and services in Grand Central St., Clearwater, FL. The company’s products for blister packaging include blister cards, PVC blisters, sealing tooling, and blister-sealing machinery. It also produces skin packaging products such as run skin boards, stock films, steel rule cutting dies, stock boards, and new or used skin pack machinery. It also produces machinery for blister poaching and skin packaging.
Jonco Industries Inc. was established in 1980, headquartered in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, and the company is a manufacturer and supplier of printing, sewing, packaging, cutting, and assembly solutions. The portfolio of the company includes CBD packaging, custom die cutting, automated fabric sewing, and many more. The fabric cutting and sewing solutions of the company work with many types of items. As with all of the products and custom services provided by the company, the client is also invited to get involved with the design and production process to ensure that the clients are getting as per the needs.