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PVDC Coated Film KOP Cake Packaging
PVDC Coated Film KPET Iodized Salt Packaging
PVDC Coated Film KCPP Pesticide Packaging

PVDC Coated Film

PVDC Coated Film is a high-grade high barrier film packaging material with exceptional barrier properties, heat resistance, and chemical stability. It is extensively used in the food, pharmaceutical, and cosmetics industries.

  • High barrier: Excellent barrier against oxygen, CO2, and water vapor.
  • Excellent chemical stability: It is resistant to various chemicals and not prone to corrosion by acids, alkalis, or fats.
  • UV and oxidation resistance: Protecting the product from degradation due to UV exposure or oxidation.
  • High transparency: Allowing for easy viewing of the product inside the packaging.
  • Good elasticity and toughness: Stretchable and tear-resistant, suitable for packaging products of various shapes.

PVDC Coated Film Description

PVDC coated films are produced through a specialized PVDC coating process. This involves applying one or more polyvinylidene chloride (PVDC) latex layers onto various film materials using specialized instruments to get films with exceptional barrier properties, making it a popular choice for barrier films for food packaging and other applications requiring superior protection

Its very high barrier quality enables flavors and freshness to be maintained for a much longer period and gives the packaging material its high rate of resistance to oxygen and oil.

It has the same printing and laminating capabilities as a regular film and can be produced to render heat sealability on both sides (with a minimum heat seal strength of ≥0.8N/15mm).

When processed with the particular technology, PVDC-coated substrates of PVC materials such as BOPP, BOPET, BOPA, CPP, and CPE are endowed with excellent barriers to multiple gases.

PVDC-coated film is an excellent PVDC packaging material and well-suited for producing composite packaging bags. The mechanical and physical features of the coating film are largely determined by the substrate material chosen. In contrast, the coating provides the film barrier, aroma preservation, and oil resistance properties.

The users only have to select the substrate, such as PET PVDC or PVDC coated PVC film, and coating to achieve the desired mechanical, physical properties and the level of protection for various products based on their unique characteristics and distribution environment.

Established in 2002, CloudFilm is one of the largest PVDC-coated film suppliers in China. Currently, we can supply PVDC-coated PET films, Coated BOPP films, and Coated BOPA films. By choosing us, you will experience industry-leading service and continuously innovative product quality.

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PVDC Coated Film Applications

  • Food Packaging: Used for packaging meats, cheeses, snacks, etc., to extend shelf life.
  • Pharmaceutical Packaging: Used to protect medicines from moisture and oxygen.
  • Cosmetic Packaging: Prevents the evaporation or moisture absorption of cosmetic ingredients.
  • Industrial Packaging: Used for moisture-proof and oxidation-resistant packaging of electronic products and mechanical parts.
  • Agricultural Use: Serves as greenhouse covering material to improve the growing environment for crops.


Enhancing Packaging Performance with High Barrier PVDC Coated Films


Superior Barrier Properties with PVDC Coated Films


The quest for materials that combine superior barrier properties with operational efficiency is constant in the ever-evolving packaging industry. Our PVDC-coated films represent the pinnacle of packaging innovation, offering unmatched barrier performance against gases, moisture, and aromas.

As one of the largest suppliers of PVDC-coated films, CloudFilm is dedicated to delivering solutions that enhance shelf life, preserve freshness, and maintain the quality of packaged goods.


PVDC Coated Films: The Ultimate Choice for Diverse Packaging Needs


Our PVDC-coated films are produced by applying one or more Polyvinylidene Chloride (PVDC) layers to base film materials such as BOPP, BOPET, BOPA, CPP, and CPE.

This process significantly reduces the permeability of oxygen and other gases, greatly enhancing the product’s shelf life and aroma retention. Ideal for use in composite packaging bags, our PVDC-coated films are specially designed to offer dual-side heat sealability, ensuring a secure and durable seal.


Why Choose Qingdao CloudFilm for Your PVDC Coated Film Needs?


Established in 2002, Qingdao CloudFilm stands as a beacon of excellence in the packaging material industry. Our commitment to innovation is reflected in our PVDC-coated film offerings, tailored to meet the stringent requirements of food packaging, medical supplies, and other critical applications.

With our products, clients enjoy industry-leading service and continuously innovative product quality. Our PVDC-coated films are renowned within China and exported to several countries, including Japan, Vietnam, India, and Thailand, underscoring our global reach and reliability.

Partner with CloudFilm for your packaging solutions. Leverage the unparalleled benefits of our polyvinylidene chloride film to safeguard the quality and extend the shelf life of your products.


What is PVDC coated film?

PVDC, scientifically known as Polyvinylidene Chloride, is a copolymer primarily composed of Vinylidene Chloride (VDC) monomers. It is a thermoplastic polymer with a softening temperature range of 160-200°C, characterized by its linear polymer chain structure with head-to-tail connectivity. The symmetrical molecular structure of PVDC, combined with its high crystallinity and the hydrophobic nature of chlorine atoms that do not form hydrogen bonds, makes it difficult for oxygen and water molecules to move within the molecule. This results in excellent oxygen and moisture barrier properties unaffected by ambient humidity. Polyvinylidene Chloride (PVDC), along with Ethylene Vinyl Alcohol Copolymer (EVOH) and Polyacrylonitrile (PAN), is recognized as one of the top three high-barrier materials in the world.

What is the difference between PVC and PVDC film?

Due to differences in structure and properties, PVC and PVDC have distinct main application areas despite both containing chlorine. PVDC stands for Polyvinylidene Chloride, while PVC is commonly known as Polyvinyl Chloride. The primary differences are: First, regarding chemical structure, PVC is a direct connection of vinyl chloride monomer chains, whereas PVDC incorporates carbon-carbon double bonds. Second, in terms of properties, PVC has good mechanical strength, while PVDC excels in its strong barrier to gases and moisture. Third, their applications differ. PVC is widely used in building materials, pipes, and electrical cables. PVDC is primarily used in packaging materials as a barrier coating. Fourth, their processing methods differ. PVC can be thermoplastically processed, but PVDC is generally used as coatings. Fifth, PVDC has a lower heat resistance temperature than PVC. Sixth, their solubility differs; PVDC dissolves more easily in many solvents.

What is PVDC plastic used for?

Due to its excellent properties, PVDC is extensively used in a wide range of applications, including meat products, convenience foods, dairy products, cosmetics, pharmaceuticals, tobacco and tea, rust-proof hardware products, mechanical parts, military goods, and other products requiring high barrier properties such as oxygen isolation, aroma preservation, moisture resistance, and oil penetration prevention.

PVDC products include emulsions and resins: PVDC emulsions are directly used to produce PVDC-coated films, commonly known as K films, such as KPET, KPA, KOP, etc. PVDC resins manufacture sausage casings, fresh-keeping films, heat-shrink films, extruded films, and composite PVDC films. The main application categories of PVDC are as follows: PVDC sausage casings, PVDC fresh-keeping films, PVDC heat-shrink films, PVDC-coated films, PVDC composite films, and pharmaceutical blister packaging.

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