Because the film is peelable
, the spoon can be pulled off the film after peeling open the container.
Ionomers are partially crosslinked ionomeric resins, and perform in peelable
seal applications through delamination of the seal/seal interface.
When you use peelable
paint outdoors, it should be removed after three months.
Their approach was based on the use of highly absorbent, microporous silica in a separate coating to be applied on top of the peelable
Nestle notes that as well as being "fun, new and exciting" the peelable
novelty also meets the Nestle Nutritional Foundation requirements, containing no artificial colorings, being low in fat and low in sugar.
ends consist of a thin flexible foil heat-sealed to a rigid steel ring for conventional double seaming onto standard containers.
Another type of temporary masking material is commonly referred to as a "peelable
mask." These products are marketed as a means to quickly and easily mask areas to prevent the flow of solder or conformal coatings during assembly.
Rollprint is respected throughout the packaging industry for its heat-sealable, peelable
rollstock and pouch technology, as well as its ClearFoil[R] ultra-high barrier transparent laminates, Allegro[R] peelable
sealants and ClearForm[R] forming webs.
These would incorporate catalysts and possibly enzymes allowing the paint to "self-decontaminate." Currently, strippable, or peelable
, coatings are used when a new camouflage is required, changing a vehicle's color from green to, for example, light stone in order to blend with desert terrain.
Tolas Healthcare Packaging manufactures sterile-grade packaging, including peelable
or tear-open pouches and heat-seal coated lidding.
The heat-sealable polymeric film is peelable
and the concentration of one or more aromatic dicarboxylic acids in the copolyester is in the range from 40 to 70 mol % based on all the dicarboxylic acid components of the copolyester.
Arkema Lotryl Bestpeel is a food contact approved thermoplastic copolymer designed to make peelable
heat seal layers onto various polyolefin and styrenic substrates.