TRIPLE LAMINATED BAGS are made with a sandwich layer of Polyester film Aluminum foil and Low Density Polyethylene (LDPE) which is widely used to keep packaging products safe from the damaging effects of moisture, oxygen, thermal degradation, odour and flavor losses. Triple Laminated Bags are used as the most effective packaging solution for pharmaceutical and drug products, as they are USFDA APPROVED and comply with CFR 21 CFR 178.3130 for direct contact packaging of API, bulk drugs, drug products and intermediates.
Tirple Laminated Bags conform to USP <661> & USP <667> pharmacopia standards for packaging of pharmaceutical powders and solid dosage forms. These bags are highly reliable in controlling the humidity and moisture for long-term storage. Along with moisture, oxygen gas ingress can be controlled to achieve a extreme low OTR (oxygen transmission rate) arresting oxidative degradation of API and drug products. Triple Lamianted Bags maintain a consistent High Oxygen gas barrier throughout the extended storage period and during transportation via sea or air world-wide. UV light protection standards are also met with the use of Triple Laminated Bags.
The inside layer of Triple Laminated Bags are made with food/pharmaceutical grade compliant LDPE (low density polyethylene) resin conforming to 21 CFR 177.1520 for direct contact packaging of drug products, finished dosage forms, API (Active Pharmaceutical Ingredient) and intermediate chemical storage. LDPE layer along with the Polyester and Aluminum foil are clean, impurities free, heavy metal free and meet the stringent standards of Pharma industry.
Triple Laminated Bags conform to EU standard for food contact application under EU Directive 2002/72/EU and its amendments up to 2008/39/EC. Global migration limit of 60 mg/kg of food or 10 mg/square decimeter of the plastic as specified in Directive 2007/19/EC amending Directive 2002/72/EC, are met with the LDPE resin.
Triple Laminated Bags are manufactured in Class 100,000 GMP facility and complys with RoHS and REACH standards for Global medical and pharmaceutical packaging standard.
A bulk drug — also called active pharmaceutical ingredient (API) is a chemical molecule in a pharmaceutical product. These ingredients need extremely careful protection during storage & transit. Any pack leakage & contamination can spoil ingredients & not only affect potency of medicine but also endanger health of human who consume the product made from such content.
In order to maintain Hygiene & safety of the package, the laminate made using Aluminium foil & Special polymers Aluminium barrier foil protects the product from all adverse external influences that may affect its quality and potency, such as light, moisture, oxygen, biological contamination mechanical damage and counterfeiting/ adulteration. Use of special polymer layer takes care of contents & prevents any migration through & from the system. Also offers good bond strength against action of aggressive ingredients.
Packing made from Aluminum foil is most widely used in the food industry Many groceries are easily affected by sunlight, which damages their appearance and worsens their taste. Foil solves this problem in the best way possible which is why it is generally regarded as the ideal core packaging material for dairy products, pastries, and beverages. For example, dry milk in hermetically sealed packages made from laminated foil a shelf life of 2 years.
Aluminum foil is non-toxic, so it does not damage the foods wrapped in it, but instead protects them. Aluminum foil is used in food containers, bins, bottle caps, soft packages for liquids or bulk food stuffs and many other types of containers.
VA PHARMA PACK which controls of the domestic market, is increasing its focus on the defense and aerospace as it expects these sectors to be more active given the policy changes allowing both demand and consumption of Aluminum in positive territory, the time is now opportune for producers to move beyond their traditional strengths in electrical and building segments and shift gears to the emerging applications offered by the defense and aerospace domains. Aluminum is widely used in making various ammunition parts for missiles and missile batteries, tanks and components used in spaceships and satellites A growing number of emerging applications in both these sectors make Aluminum the metal of choice in the future.
A popular use of foil is to cover thinner of poultry and meat to prevent overcooking. The USDA also provides recommendations on limited uses of aluminum foil in microwave ovens. As is the case with all metallic items, Aluminum foil reacts to being placed in a microwave oven. This is because of the electromagnetic fields of the microwaves inducing electric currents in the foil and high potentials at the sharp points of the foil sheet; if the potential is sufficiently high, it will cause electric arcing to areas with lower potential, even to the air surrounding the sheet. Modern microwave ovens have been designed to prevent damage to the cavity magnetron tube from microwave energy reflection, and Aluminum packages designed for microwave heating are available.
Aluminum foil is 88 percent reflective and is widely used for thermal insulation heat exchanges and cable liners. Foil-backed building insulation not only reflects heat, aluminum sheet also provides a protective vapor barrier. Aluminum foil is widely used for radiation shield (barrier and reflectivity heat exchangers (heat conduction) and cable liners (barrier and electrical conductivity). Aluminum foil's heat conductive qualities make it a common accessory in hookah smoking: a sheet of perforated Aluminum foil is frequently placed between the coal and the tobacco, allowing the tobacco to be heated without coming into direct contact with the burning coal.