Shrink film is a type of plastic wrap with the interesting property of shrinking when heat is applied to conform to the surface underneath. It comes in rolls, tubes and bags to fit any project, and can be had in two types: polyolefin, used for food, stationary, toys, and so forth, and PVC, often used to package CDs and DVDs or to wrap already packaged merchandise.
Applying shrink wrap requires some equipment. At a minimum, users will need a source of heat. Hand-held units are quite suitable for small scale operations. In addition, some way to secure the ends of the film will be required. The most professional look is attained by using a sealer, a piece of equipment that shrinks the loose end to the underlying surface film. A temperature gun may also be helpful.
Heat-shrink packing film provides a more secure seal than other types of wrap and a neat appearance that adds to the perceived value of merchandise. Order heat film and the equipment to apply it from eSupplyStore.com and receive volume discounts on orders as small as $150. Contact the office by telephone to ask about even bigger discounts for larger orders.
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