De-gassing Valves

You've seen de-gassing valves on many of the pouches you have purchased. De-gassing valves, also called one-way valves allow for gases that are being produced in the bag to escape preventing the bag from bursting. De-gassing valves are commonly used for coffee, but can be used in any pouch application where the contents of the bag emits gas, such as Kimchi. De-gassing valves allow the built of gas inside the bags to be released but does not allow normal air...

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Pouch Zippers

Flanged zippers are the most common barrier zipper used in flexible barrier packaging. The press-to-close zipper provides residual barrier after the heat sealed pouch as been opened, but unlike string zippers, the flange zipper locks shut, retaining barrier and keeping the contents of the pouch fresh longer. The heavy duty version of the flange zipper is used for applications where the customer is expected to be using the contents of the package over a greater time and for higher number...

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Lip and Seal Pouch Enclosure

Lip and seal tape pouch enclosure are designed for times where you want the end user to be able to close the pouch permanently. Once sealed the pouch must be torn or otherwise cut to open. Lip and seal tape is a one-use enclosure. Common lip and seal tape uses: Specimen Bags Tamper Proof Courier Bags "Return to us" pouches Cell phone storage pouches Ready to get started? We would love to help! Call 1-949-336-1541 ...

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Liquid Pour Spout for Pouches

Spouted pouches are gaining popularity very quickly for a variety of applications. spouted pouches make a economical and efficient way to store and transport liquids, pastes, and gels. With the shelf life of a can, and the convenience of an easy open pouch, both co-packers and customers are loving this design. Common spout applications Baby food Cleaning Chemicals Institutional food packaging alcoholic beverage add-ins Single serve fitness drinks Milk, and yogurt Spout pouches can be made compatible with retort applications and most FDA applications. Industrial uses abound...

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Pouch Tear Notch

Pouch Tear Notches allow your customer to easily open the pouch when they are ready to consume your product. The tear notch sits directly below your heat seal area (or on a tamper evident pouch, directly blow the area that was pre-sealed at the factory). It also sits directly above the zipper (if applicable) Pouch tear notches are a optional feature and can be omitted if required. Tear notches can be placed at almost any distance below the top of...

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Pouch Hang Holes

If there was a image of utility the hang hole would be it. Often forgotten this little bag feature is indispensable when required. It allows any type of pouch to go from shelf display to peg board. Retail ready packaging almost by definition requires a hang hole. There are several variations of hang holes for pouches. Center punch hang hole, Delta hang hole, Osha hanghole, and then various other versions. Hang holes come standard on most of our stock products,...

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