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Where To Buy Moisture Barrier Bags


High barrier bags are used to preserve and protect products. They have a low oxygen transmittal rate, and low moisture vapor transmission rate, and a high tensile strength, or puncture resistance. When high barrier packaging is paired with an oxygen absorber or desiccant, products enjoy even greater shelf-life and stability. However, selecting the appropriate package is not always as straight forward as it seems.




where to buy moisture barrier bags



Our most popular 5.0 mil high-barrier bag for moisture sensitive products. It offers protection against light, oxygen and moisture, and features an impressive inner sealing layer designed to seal directly through oils and powders. Made from FDA-Approved Food-Grade Material.


Our standard "Large" Mylar Foil bags range from 18" x 23" to 54" x 48". Custom sizes of non-standard dimensions are often produced from specific materials such as our ultra-high barrier PAKVF4PC and represent more than 50% of all production. IMPAK also produces many large Mylar Foil ZipSeal bags. Standard inventory sizes are 3.4" x 4.0" up to 18.0" x 28" in a foil moisture barrier structure and 26" x 36" in a clear barrier structure.


Items shipped by sea container can face weeks to months of uncertain storage conditions at sea, or in shipyards and storage facilities. Sealable barrier bags are one of the most effective wrapping and packaging solutions available to protect against air and moisture damage caused by rain, humidity, moisture condensation, salt spray and other harmful or corrosive agents capable of penetrating exterior packaging. Combined with the addition of desiccant prior to sealing sensitive surfaces and electrical components can be protected from damaging corrosion while in transit. At Reid Packaging we have extensive experience calculating the proper amount of desiccant required for the volume to be protected inside the barrier bag and properly evacuating and sealing the protective bags before final crating, whether at our facility, or yours.


High barrier bags are used to preserve and protect products. They have a low oxygen transmission rate, low moisture vapor transmission rate, and a high tensile strength or puncture resistance. When high barrier packaging is paired with an oxygen absorber or desiccant, products enjoy even greater shelf life and stability. However, selecting the appropriate package is not always as straightforward as it seems.


Some moisture barrier bags are made from multiple materials such as poly/foil laminate or "scrim-fabric" woven/foil laminate. Pouches, bags, and sheets made of polyethylene, foil, poly/foil laminate, or scrim-fabric/foil laminate are commonly used in packaging and shipping.


Because moisture barrier bags come in all shapes, sizes, and materials, as well as varying durability and prices, let a professional help you choose the right one for your packaging and shipping project.


Our puncture-resistant 3.6Mil Moisture Barrier Bags protect sensitive equipment and products from both electrostatic discharge damage (ESD) and moisture damage during shipping and storage. The opaque and light-tight material ensures that the contents cannot be seen from outside and, being suitable for vacuum-sealing, these bags offer maximum resistance to vapour and oxygen.


These blue, self-adhesive Caution Labels can be used to indicate that the enclosed product is sensitive to moisture. They meet with IPC/JEDEC J-STD-033 and JEDEC113 standards and can be used as part of your moisture barrier packaging programme.


Desiccant is a drying agent that is used to absorb moisture from the air inside moisture barrier bags. Desiccant absorbs moisture vapor (humidity) from the air left inside the barrier bag after it has been sealed. Any moisture that penetrates the bag will also be absorbed. Desiccant remains dry to the touch even when its fully saturated with moisture vapor.


Offering a variety of barrier materials for storage and transport. Protection from gasses and vapors, chemicals scents and odors, moisture, oil and grease, corrosion causing substances and extreme temperatures.


Our 6" x 8" 3.6 Mil Metallized bags are heat sealable, electro static protective, moisture protective multi-layer laminated material for ESD safe and moisture barrier packaging. All 6 x 8 3.6 mil Metallized Bags are made from PET, PE, Static Dissipative Coating and can be recycled. Our flat open top 6" x 8" .0036 Metallized Bags are used for packaging parts that do not require JEDEC 033 standards. These 3.6 Metallized 6 inch by 8 inch bags are able to be sealed effectively with a vacuum sealer and should use desiccants for added moisture protection.


The increasing demand for fresh, highly nutritional, and tasty food creates the need for packaging methods to extend product shelf life and enhance product quality at consumption moment. There is a high demand for packaging products that can provide greater protection, longer self-life, and excellent barrier properties in the food & beverages sector. A high barrier shrink bag protects products throughout the distribution process and also helps to keep the products fresh longer and reduce puncture and package failures. They are also recommended for packaging processed meats and dairy products and are highly used for poultry, beef, cheese, pork, and turkey packaging. PVDC packaging is highly used for fresh meat packaging since it offers excellent oxygen and water vapor barrier properties. The factors mentioned above are driving the PVDC shrink bags market.


Based on application, the global PVDC shrink bags market has been segmented into meat, poultry & seafood, cheese & other dairy products, and others. The meat segment held the largest share of the global PVDC shrink bags market in 2020. PVDC shrink bags are used for convenient packaging of meat products. They can deliver consistent protection from dry and high-moisture environments and increase the shelf life of fresh meats. 041b061a72


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