Polythene layflat tubing
- Layflat tubing is made from a continuous tube of polythene on a roll.
- It is is ideal for packaging long 'difficult to wrap' items.
- Items can be inserted into layflat tubing which is then cut to the required length.
- The ends can be heat sealed, tied, stapled or taped shut to create made to measure bags.
- Layflat tubing is made from low density polyethylene film.
- Use black layflat tubing where security may be an issue.
- View our selection of layflat tubing.
Common poythene layflat tubing questions
What are the advantages of layflat tubing?
- The no need for a large inventory poly bags.
- Layflat tubing is great for packaging products that have odd sizes.
Is layflat tubing water tight?
- Layflat tubing isn't completely airtight. However layflat tubing is fully watertight.
Can I use layflat tubing for wrapping and freezing foods?
- Polythene is temperature stable down to domestic deep freeze levels.
- Therefore layflat tubing can be used for freezing food.
Can I use layflat as air-ducting?
- Layflat tubing is commonly used as cheap air-ducting.
Can I make my own bags from layflat tubing?
- Yes. You will need a heat sealer with a cutter.
- If you are packing components of various lengths with a common width layflat tubing is the ideal solution.
- Layflat tubing saves stocking loads of different bags.
What duty should I use to pack steel angle-iron?
- Medium duty is not tough enough to hold the angle-iron.
- Heavy duty layflat tubing will be OK.
- What duty should I use for packing curtains?
Polythene layflat sheeting
- Polythene layflat sheeting is widely used to provide all year round tunnelling cover for green houses in commercial agriculture, forestry and gardening.
- The sheeting uses high quality raw material to ensures high transparency.
- Polythene sheeting offers protection against UV rays.
- Composting cover polythene sheeting is extremely robust against mechanical damage, resistant to compost acids and withstands aging caused by sun light.
Common usages of polythene layflat sheeting
- Dust sheets
- Protecting pallets of goods.
- Temporary floor covering.
- Temporary roofing covers.
- Water tight isolation of tanks and reservoirs.
- Water proofing of various building partitions.
- Underlays to provide smooth base for flooring.
- Temporary protection of materials on building sites.
- Wrapping goods in storage or transit.
- Protecting furniture and floors while decorating.
- Outdoor tasks such building work, plant protection, ground work, greenhouses etc.
Polythene layflat sheeting gauge guide
The thickness of polythene sheeting is expressed in gauge or microns. Gauge was the traditional imperial measurement of polythene thickness. Gauge has now been replaced by micron as the European metric standard. The higher the gauge/microns the thicker the polythene.
|40 micron polythene sheeting||
|62.5 micron polythene sheeting||
|100 micron polythene sheeting||
|150 micron polythene sheeting||
|450 gauge polythene sheeting||
|500 gauge heavy weight polythene sheeting||
Please note: Black polythene will deteriorate at a much slower rate when exposed to sun light.