BioFlex™ MarineShrink Boat Wrap
Shrink wrap is a low-density polyethylene film made up of polymers. BioFlex™ MarineShrink boat wraps protect the boats from extreme weather, wind, moisture and more. These wraps keep moisture, dust, debris and bugs away from your boat.
When heat is applied, it shrinks tightly over whatever it is covering. A tightly contoured fit offer a tailored solution for covering, securing, protecting and packaging the structure they cover around. Common plastics used to produce heat shrink wrap are: polyolefin, PVC, polyethylene, and polypropylene. Heat can be applied with a handheld heat gun (electric or gas), or the product and film can pass through a heat tunnel on a conveyor.
Films are stretched when they are warm to orient the molecules from their initial random pattern. Cooling the film sets the film's characteristics until it is reheated: this causes it to shrink back toward its initial dimensions.
BioFlex™ energy from packaging waste
Bioflex™ films are Layfield's responsible end-of-life film solution. This product was designed to have the film safely return to the environment where it typically ends its life within the traditional waste streams. The energy from your package will be harnessed and converted into clean, renewable, sustainable energy within today's modern landfill environments.
How Does BioFlex™ work?
Bioflex™ maintains film integrity and will not change the barriers or physical properties of the material. Bioflex™ is shelf stable and will not break down from oxygen or UV rays. Consumers do not have to change their behavior or adjust the way they discard the film. The energy generation facility recycles BioFlex™ into renewable energy, just simply discard the used package into the waste bin. It's that easy!
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