The thickness of a roll of stretch film is commonly known as its gauge. Gauge, or mil thickness, is indicated by a number. In the past, the idea was that the higher the number
The stronger the film , but you can now buy thinner films that work just as well as traditional higher gauge films. And, these thinner films will cost you less money
This simple action can save your business money on stretch wrapping. In fact, it can save your business a ton of money (on average, we are talking a savings of 15 – 30%) on each and every wrapped load.
If you want to find out if downgauging your stretch wrap is the right choice for your product palletizing and containment needs, you will want to consider talking with a packaging specialist
converting from standard stretch film to power stretch film
Is our answer to rising machine stretch film costs. The performance stretch film is a multi-layered machine stretch film that provides more stretch than traditional machine stretch film. It offers a high amount of cling and downsizing opportunity.