Paper/Metalized PLA/ PLA Overview
A tri-layer lamination designed for flexographic printing made of natural un-coated kraft paper (white or brown) laminated to a proprietary metalized PLA with a PLA sealant layer.
Passed for FDA use in food contact applications, used by customers for coffee, nuts, dried foods, cannabis, and other applications. This material maybe accepted for composting, but check local jurisdiction for current acceptance by your refuse agency.
Note: The performance of any film will be influenced by a number of factors and testing must always be performed to ensure the film meets the use.
Here are some of the common indicated properties for this film.
Standard / Test / Unit
MVTR / WVTR
JIS Z 0208
JIS Z 1707
Elongation at Break
>20 MD / >30 TD
Fed Std 101-2065
All values indicated regarding film properties or characteristics, were provided by our film supplier and are given as an indication and should be considered as average indicative values. This document is based on our film supplier statements and / or independent lab testing, data from multiple tests, or different film suppliers of the same film family may be combined in the above table. While unexpected, it is possible that the validity of the statements could change without notice.
This is a film intended for composting. If properly disposed of this film will compost and return to usable soil. Compostable films are not recycable.
PCR Option Available
At Home Compostable
Commercial / Industrial Compostable
Heavy metal(Pb)4% Acetic acid,60℃,2h
Recyclability and composability varies by jurisdiction. Composability claims are limited by law, and vary by jurisdiction, consult a qualified professional in your state.
Compliance is important, and here are CarePac we can support your compliance needs with extensive film supplier and lab testing data.
FDA Food Approved
Manufactured in accordance with
Cal. H&S (25214.16)
PFAS - perfluoroalkyl and polyfluoroalkyl § 37-0209, RCW 70A.222.070
Does not knowingly add
Prop 65 (OEHHA)
Does not contain listed substances
Not in excess of overall or specific migration
EU directive 10/2011/ED
EU directive 1935/2004
FDA 21 CFR 73
Cal. H&S (25214.16)
RoHS Directive 2011/65/EU
Compliance information above is derived from lab testing, or film supplier statements. Independent verification is advised, and Lot specific testing available.