Four Star Plastics offers Shrink Film for all your packaging protection needs. Shrink wrapping is commonly used to protect products from outside elements or wrap products together on a pallet or tightly combine small items.
Shrink Film vs. Stretch Wrap
Shrink film should not be confused from Stretch Wrap. Stretch wrap is stretchable plastic film that is used to wrap or hold together loads and products on a pallet. Some examples of stretch wrap include: UV stretch wrap, pre-stretched stretch film, and more. Our heavy-duty shrink film bags are designed to provide a tight fitting protective cover after heat is applied. We recommend using our pallet-size shrink film bags on rolls for heavy irregular loads or for use with large machinery.
Shrink Film Bags on Rolls
Our shrink film bags are packaged as perforated rolls of 25 and come in 5 stock sizes for common pallet load applications. These shrink bags can cover large and irregular size objects because they have side gussets that expand easily. Even though heat guns are not required, we recommended that you use heat guns or heat tunnels for best results when using our shrink film. Our pallet size shrink film bags on rolls are manufactured with 100% renewable energy from sources like wind and solar power.
These shrink film bags on rolls come neatly wound on 3” cores and are available in 4 mil. We want to help you find the right product in the right size. If you have any questions about our custom poly shrink film, please contact our excellent customer service specialists to help get the answers you need. If you cannot find a stock size that meets your needs, please contact us today for a quote on Custom Poly Shrink Film or please click on “Request for Quote”.
Features of Wholesale Shrink Film
- Use to wrap/hold products together on a pallet
- Not the same as Stretch Wrap
- Designed to provide a tight fit cover after heat is applied
- Use with heat gun or heat tunnels for best results
- Manufactured with 100% renewable energy
- Use for irregular, heavy loads or large machinery