After years of research and development, Haishun has developed its own techniques and intellectual-property ensuring unbeatable mechanical and performance properties closely controlled all the way through the manufacturing process. Haishun's foils and films is market leader for good reason and supplies the whole blister.
A blister pack is made up of two layers, the forming layer and the lidding (backing). These two layers are usually pressed together to form a complete blister pack by means of heat sealing.
Aclar® is a registered trade mark of Honeywell. Aclar® films start life as mined fluorspar which is then converted to CTFE monomer, on to PCTFE resin preparation and finally film extrusion which is performed in Honeywell's plant in Pennsylvania USA.
Haishun has developed its range of child resistant lidding films for blister packs which do not allow easy push-through by children but may be opened by adults. Child-resistant blister foils prevent accidental ingestion by making blister pack difficult to open.
Strip packs have neither thermo-formed nor cold formed cavities. They are made of two strips of aluminum and polyester laminates sealed around the tablets to create cavities.
Our aluminum suppository packaging provides maximum protection for moisture, oxygen and light, allowing a longer product shelf life. This strip pack laminate is easy to tear as well as peel for patient convenience. High tensile strength allows easy processing on suppository packaging lines.
PVDC film is a kind of blister packaging material coated with high-performing PVDC to ward off moisture problems and keep contents wrapped in it dry and away from the effect of oil vapors and gaseous aromatic hydrocarbons.
Composite films require technically advanced manufacturing equipment and Haishun uses Japanese printing and laminating equipment plus 100% camera inspection to ensure that final product meets all specifications and customized quality requirements.
Oral liquid packaging is tough and unlikely to break. This pharmaceutical packaging material keeps oral liquid tightly sealed against outside moisture and contaminants for maximum safety and ease of carrying around.
Tropical blister foil or tropical blister laminate layer, whatever it is called, it represents the same blister packaging material and is used to make a flexible foil pouch into which a blister pack might be inserted. This final packaging process is often done on a high-output blister packing line.