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Die Cut Bag

die cut bag

Product Details :

Produced by Urban Plastic, a renowned Indonesian Plastic Manufacturer and Exporter, our Die Cut Bags, also known as Die Cut Handle Bags, are an ideal solution for trade shows and retail businesses, particularly clothing stores. These bags feature the Die Cut model, offering both aesthetic appeal and functionality. Typically, Die Cut Handle Bags are designed either as flat or side gusset bags, equipped with handles for easy carrying. Our Die Cut bags stand out due to their durability, resistance to tears and stretching, making them perfectly suited for various retail applications.

They are manufactured with a minimum width of 20 cm and a thickness ranging from 30 to 60 microns. Crafted from high-quality materials such as HDPE and LLDPE, these bags ensure reliability and strength. They are specifically tailored for use in retail packaging, providing a practical yet stylish packaging option. Their robust design, combined with their practicality, makes them a top choice for businesses looking to enhance their customer’s shopping experience while promoting their brand effectively.

die cut bag
die cut bag
die cut bag

6 Most Common Plastics in Everyday Uses

As an Indonesia Die Cut Bag Manufacturer and Exporter, we specialize in providing various kinds of plastic bags made from high-quality recycled materials. Plastic, a versatile polymer material, is widely utilized in numerous applications and goods. However, not all plastics are recyclable, and some types can release harmful chemical reactions, impacting living organisms negatively when reused. Here, we detail six common plastics and their uses, including those in our manufacturing process:

1. Polyethylene Terephthalate (PETE/PET)

First introduced in 1940 by J. Rex Whinfield and James T. Dickson, PET is the most used plastic globally, often found in food packaging and beverage bottles. It contains antimony trioxide, a compound considered carcinogenic.

2. High-Density Polyethylene (HDPE)

Developed in 1953 by Karl Ziegler and Erhard Holzkamp using a catalyst and low pressure, HDPE’s initial application was for pipes in waterways and culverts. At our factory, we use HDPE for various products, highlighting its versatility.

3. Polyvinyl Chloride (PVC)

Made from oil and salt, PVC involves breaking down oil into ethylene and processing salt to produce chlorine. These elements combine to create vinyl chloride monomer, which is then polymerized into PVC.

4. Low-Density Polyethylene (LDPE)

Commonly used for grocery bags, plastic wrap, and food storage containers, LDPE is considered safer for food and beverage use despite some studies suggesting hormonal effects. We also recycle LDPE, turning it into a renewable resource.

5. Polypropylene (PP)

Discovered in 1951 by J. Paul Hogan and Robert L. Banks, PP is used for beverage bottles and hot food containers. Its strength lies between LDPE and HDPE, making it one of the safest materials for food packaging. We produce various products using PP.

6. Styrofoam

Accidentally discovered in 1839 by German pharmacist Eduard Simon, polystyrene was later researched by Hermann Staudinger, leading to its commercial use.

Those following list reviews the different type of plastic in every day uses. Indonesia Die Cut Bag Manufacturer and Exporter will provide you with high quality plastic product such as die cut bag. If you need any information about our product, kindly contact us.