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  • Polyethylene
    • North America

Blown film is one of two principle processes used to fabricate film products. Films are typically defined as less than 0.254 mm (10 mils) in thickness, although blown film can be produced as high as 0.5 mm (20 mils). The blown film process is used to produce a wide variety of products, ranging from simple mono-layer films for bags to very complex multi-layer structures used in food packaging.

Co-extrusion is also a growing process technology, which provides additional functional, protective, and decorative properties.