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Cellophane, a thin film of regenerated cellulose, usually transparent, employed primarily as a packaging material. Its low permeability to air, oils, greases, bacteria, and water makes it useful for food packaging.

As well as packaging a variety of food items, there are also industrial applications, such as a base for such self-adhesive tapes as Sellotape and Scotch Tape, a semi-permeable membrane in a certain type of battery, as dialysis tubing (Visking tubing), and as a release agent in the manufacture of fibreglass and rubber products. Cellophane is the most popular material for manufacturing cigar packaging; its permeability to moisture makes cellophane the perfect product for this application as cigars must be allowed to “breathe” while in storage.


1. Low permeability to air, water, oil and bacteria
2. Semi-permeability to moisture helps ‘breathing’- preserving the natural flavour and aroma

of edibles
3. Thin and transparent films that can be made in various designs and can be coloured, decorated for aesthetic preferences


20-60gsm. |. Transparent white, yellow, pink, red, blue, green, purple, orange


1. Clear transparency and glossy
2. Excellent printable and laminating
3. Degradable, environmentally friendly
4. Anti-static, easy tearing
5. Highly permeable to water vapor with a good barrier to flavours & aromas 6. Excellent dead-fold characteristics and twistability

Wrapping food, cookies, candy, sausage, meat, cigarette, medicine, tea, candle, battery, fireworks, flower, gift


  • Gift bags

  • Plastic Cups

  • Food Wraps

  • Easy Tearing

  • High slip / Antistatic

  • Adhesive Tapes

  • Cigarette Packaging

  • Gum Packaging

  • Twist Film

  • Excellent Heat Sealing

  • Pharmaceutical Packaging

  • Coloured Films

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