BOPP represents Biaxially Oriented Polypropylene. They are durable and attractive. These bags are used to store and move different items, including grains, animals feed, and manures. Bopp is the film that is covered on woven polypropylene bags to give them the assurance that they should be solid. The pictures and logos that accompany your products can be printed directly onto the bags. This are not just a method for being more economical but also an ad for you.
Industries that use Bopp Bags
A wide range of industries depends on Bopp bags to carry their product. During transportation and keeping in mind that sitting on shelves, bags have to go throw various hardships. This implies that they should have the option to endure all the contacting, moving, and different circumstances that they might be in.
Many different industries rely on Bopp bags to protect their merchandise. To name a few Food grains storage, Farming fertilizers, Plastic materials, and construction materials. Some of the industries that are utilizing Bopp bags are:
- Pet Care-Dog Food, Cat Food, Chicken Scratch, Goat Feed, Horse Grain, Cat Litter.
- Food-Beans, Grains, Flour, Sugar.
- Farming Fertilizer, Sand, Dirt, Seed.
- Building Materials-Concrete, Resin, Plaster, and that’s only the tip of the iceberg
- Construction-Dry Mix
Types of Bopp Bags
Laminated a slim coating of the poly film which is fixed to either inside or outside of the PP woven bag giving the fabric resistance from moistness and furthermore refining the fabric’s properties. Bags for synthetic items, compost, and so on. These bags have constant stitching at the opening as no space is left and the materials will not be leaked.
Gusseted Bags are extraordinarily intended for extended packaging capacity. The bag has a novel design that permits it to stand vertically. In addition, these bags can be printed on their gusseted side for branding purposes.
A Biaxially Orientated Polypropylene film can be printed with visual quality and afterward attached to a woven PP bag, and that implies a 3-layer structure: fabric, lamination, and Bopp film.