Since its foundation in 1976, when it began producing biaxially oriented polyester films in Brazil, Terphane has been supporting the packaging industry with the goal of reducing food waste, extending shelf life, and ensuring that products reach consumers’ homes with the same quality and freshness as when they were produced.
In 2005, Terphane went a step further in this purpose and launched the Sealphane® line, which not only supports the objectives stated above, but also provides additional convenience for consumers through easy-open tray lid solutions. In 2023, another breakthrough was achieved with the launch of Resealphane products, which provide even more convenience and freshness even after the package has been opened and partially consumed.
Watch the Resealphane launch video below:
What is Resealphane?
Resealphane is a high-performance resealable packaging solution that allows for multiple openings and reclosing. It has tamper-evident properties that indicate if the packaging has been tampered with at the point of sale. It ensures full package opening (unlike any other product in the market) and is more sustainable as it uses less plastic in its production. The Resealphane film is also easy to implement by brand owners and converters on existing packaging lines, expanding the range of applications.
Check out the diverse advantages of this launch below:
Benefits for Consumer:
Open and Close multiple times
Complete opening of the packaging
Benefits for the Industry:
Without additional investments
30% less plastic compared to clamshell packaging
Extremely high transparency
Thickness reduction - thinner polyester films
Allows brand printing
For more information on usage possibilities and applications, as well as support for implementing Resealphane technology in your products, please contact us below, and our application development team will respond as soon as possible.
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