Trapped Heat Seal Blisters
Trapped blister packaging provides an alternative to the heat seal pack, providing an improved appearance and greater flexibility in the design.
A trapped blister pack consists of die cut and creased card that is heat sealed together, encapsulating the flanges of the blister without contamination. This can be important for satisfying environmental requirements.
This style of blister also provides an improved appearance over traditional heat seal packaging because the flanges of the blister are hidden. It also allows a blister to protrude from both sides of the pack, so that the weight of a product is evenly distributed, allowing it to hang straighter instore.
Integrated Design & Manufacture
Our Sales team are skilled design engineers and able to produce concepts that will translate well into the CAD process
Using the latest CAD software, our in-house design team can work with you to develop a pack to meet your specific requirements.
Our in-house tooling facilities enable us to product high quality precision tooling quickly and at a competitive cost.
Our machine park of 12 ultra modern thermoformers makes us one of the largest privately owned Thermoformers
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