Uses of Metallised film


Metallised films used for balloons
Metallised films were first used for decorative purposes as Christmas tinsel,and continue to be used for items such as wrappers and ribbons. The metallic helium filled novelty balloons given as gifts are made of metallised BoPET and often called Mylar balloons commercially.
Both metallised PET and PP have replaced foil laminates for products such as snack foods, coffee and candy, which do not require the superior barrier of aluminium foil. Metallised nylon and polyethylene are used in the meat export market. The controlled permeation extends shelf life.

Metallised films are used as a susceptor for cooking in microwave ovens. An example is a microwave popcorn bag.

Many food items are also packaged using metallised films for appearance only, as these produce a package with greater sparkle when compared to competing products that use printed paper or polymer films.

FROM: wikipedia

Non-woven insulation material

The insulation material provides excellent insulation: reflects up to 97% of radiant energy in addition to resisting other types of heat transfer from conduction, convection and radiation. The side of metalized PET/Alu forms an effective barrier against moisture, air currents and vapors. It is economical solution in many field.

Item Aluminium foil + non-woven cloth + (Aluminum foil)
Thickness 0.14-0.18mm
Roll Width 1.2m
Roll Length 50–6000m
Available grade plain lacquered, heat sealable
MOQ 100 Square meters
Characteristics High gloss, perfect stiffness, excellent barrier property, proer brightness, excellent ink adhesion,
Packing by PE bag, bulk on container.

Diameter of internal paper core of rolls:     1.5 “or 3 “

Application Flexible laminates, paper plates, gift wraps, decorative items, construction materials,
Payment Term By T/T, 30% as prepayment, the balance will be paid before loading containers after production
Delivery Time Containers can be loaded within 20 days on receipt of prepayment

Classification of nonwovens and their use

Classification of nonwovens and their use

Durability, disposable. Insulation, conductive. Softness, just quite. Fine, inflatable.
Isotropic, anisotropy Filter, breathable and impermeable. Elasticity, stiffness.
Light, loose, warm Thin as onion skin, heavy as felt. Waterproof and breathable.
Ironing, stitching, molding. Flame retardant, antistatic. Permeable, waterproof, wearable, fleece.
Resistant to wrinkles, good elasticity, high moisture absorption, water repellency.
Medical and health: surgical clothing, hats, hoods, gypsum cotton, women’s sanitary napkins, baby diapers, wet Mianjin, health underwear, dust cover.
Agriculture: harvest cloth, shed cloth.
Industrial fabrics: flooring lined, horn cloth, filter material, speaker insulation, sealing ring lining, cable cloth, glass steel reinforced towel, industrial cloth, shock pads, insulation materials, tape lining, tube lining, ventilation pipes, Sand skin cloth.
Civil engineering, construction: reinforcement, reinforcement, filtration, oil felt base fabric, drainage board, roofing waterproof material, railway, highway, berm, water slope, port noise, sewer, heat, separation, drainage.
Other purposes: launch vehicle, missile head heat cone, tail nozzle throat lining, advanced printing paper, space shuttle heat-resistant tile, map cloth, calendar cloth, man-made cloth, canvas cloth.

Greenhouse Insulation

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Properties of Metallised film

Metallised films have a reflective silvery surface similar to aluminium foil and are highly flammable. The coating also reduces the permeability of the film to light, water and oxygen. The properties of the film remain, such as higher toughness, the ability to be heat sealed, and a lower density at a lower cost than an aluminium foil. This gives metallised films some advantages over aluminium foil and aluminium foil laminates. It was thought that metallised films would become a replacement for aluminium foil laminates, but current films still cannot match the barrier properties of foil. Some very high barrier metallised films are available using EVOH, but are not yet cost effective against foil laminates.

Table 1. Comparison of Metallised PET and aluminium foil

Moisture (g/ Oxygen (mL/ UV light (%transmittance)
PET film, 12.7μm 31 465 91
Metallised PET 0.8 1.2 5
Aluminium foil 6μm 0 0 0


Fiberglass Insulation

Glass fiber cloth is made of non texturized yarns, these fabrics appear smooth and have higher weight than the texturized ones. They can be produced by different kinds of weaving—plain, twill, satin. They are widely used in thermal insulation and can be treated in different ways in order to meet specific purposes.
It could be used in fields of electrial, shipbuilding,automobile,checmical,construction and fire proof.


Thickness: 0.2mm-5.0mm
Width: 1000–3000mm
Temp: 550 °C
Color: white , golden