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Packall Packaging deploys nine-layer BE AquaFrost line

Brampton, Ont.-based Packall Packaging Inc., a full-line converter for packaging film has become the first North Am...

June 23, 2006   Canadian Plastics

Brampton, Ont.-based Packall Packaging Inc., a full-line converter for packaging film has become the first North American firm to install Brampton Engineering’s (BE) AquaFrost technology.
This nine-layer line is BE’s eighth installation of AquaFrost worldwide in the past two years.
AquaFrost is a downward blown waterquenched process which uses as much as 50 per cent less floor space than a cast line and produces 10 to 15 per cent less scrap than a cast line, BE said. Bubble down on the new line is scheduled for late October, according to the firm.
Packall has a seven and nine-layer BE lines and a complete converting facility.
“We are thrilled to be able to take advantage of yet another innovative technology from BE,” Henry Ciszewski, president of of Packall Packaging Inc., said in a statement. “We have customers who are waiting to buy this film with its unmatched clarity, properties, and product performance.”


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