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China Gold Supplier for Medicine Aluminum Foil Wholesale to Kuwait

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Technical Specifications
♦ Thickness: 0.02-0.3mm
♦ Width: 250-1280mm
♦ Material (alloy): 8011, 8021
♦ Temper:H18,O

Specifications pharmaceutical aluminum foil for medicine
pharmaceutical aluminum foil for medicine also called Pharmaceutical Aluminum Foil,blister Aluminium Foil
Inner hole diameter 76mm, length/roll:1000m (according to different requirement).one side is for sealing with pvc or pvc/pvdc film and other side is for printing.one side is bright and other side is dull.Inner hole diameter 76mm, length/roll:1000m (according to different requirement).

High obstruction, Heat insulation, Air tightness, Printable, Breakable in slightly.

Medicine Aluminum Foil Applications:
It can be applied to blister packing for torches, pills, suppositories and mini-foods/candies, chocolate, chutty and so on.

Blister Foil(cold forming)
♦ To be laminated, used for alu alu foil.
♦ Alloy: 8021
♦ Temper:O
♦ Gauge:0.045mm-0.075mm
♦ Width:200mm-1100mm
♦ Surface Finishing: one side bright, one side matte.

Blister Foil(PTP Packaging)
♦ To be lacquered, used for PTP packaging
♦ Alloy:8011
♦ Temper:H18
♦ Gauge:0.02mm-0.03mm
♦ Width:200mm-1100mm
♦ Surface Finishing: one side bright, one side matte.

Pharmaceutical aluminium foil (blister foil)
One side is coated HSL for heat sealing with PVC/PVDC for packing tablets,capsules,etc.The other side is printed or coated primer for printing.

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