Types of Films
Print films are the packaging layer responsible for bringing your packaging design to life. Our digital printing process transfers crisp, high-definition imagery and text onto our print films. With our HP digital presses, the print layer is reverse printed on a 29-inch wide web, preventing your image quality from deteriorating over time. The combination of the print film, barrier film, and sealant film is transformed into the finished packaging product.
Sealant films, also known as packaging laminates, protect your packaging’s image quality from fading and losing vibrancy while providing a protective layer. When applied to the print film layer, sealant film “seals” in the ink, preventing the inks from rubbing off and giving the pouch a greater degree of stiffness. Our solventless lamination process eliminates VOC emissions and creates a more eco-friendly package.
Barrier films are essential in preserving product freshness, extending shelf life, and ensuring product enjoyment. This film layer prevents the passage of atmospheric gases, water vapor, and odor from entering or exiting the package. With high-barrier packaging, your product is protected from punctures and tears during transit and on and off the shelf. All of our barrier films are FDA compliant for direct food contact.
Extend Shelf Life
We offer a variety of films that help to extend the shelf life of your products. With the added ability to reseal, you can preserve your product’s freshness, reduce waste, and provide customer convenience.
Moisture + Oxygen Barrier
Our films are designed to keep moisture and oxygen from entering or exiting the package, thus maintaining product consistency, avoiding spoilage, and preserving product quality.
Stand Out on the Shelf
High-definition photo-quality graphics, paired with our variety of films, allow you to create custom packaging with an unsurpassed, attention-grabbing look.
At RBC, providing our customers with sustainable solutions is a top priority. We offer a variety of sustainable film options, including recyclable, Post Consumer Recycled (PCR), and compostable.