WisePac® Cold Form Blister Desiccant Foil
The New Definition of Blister Foil
Our Desiccative Aluminum foil is available in a variety of formats, two mainstays being the Cold Form Blister Desiccant Foil and Aluminum Lidding Foil. Tablets and capsules are protected by our desiccative aluminum foil on top via the stamped Cold Form Blister Foil and underneath by our lidding foil. The lidding foil comes in senior-friendly varieties, peel off, peel-push and push through as well. When combined you have a convenient method for opening along with innovative protection of your medical products from external elements while absorbing moisture from within. The desiccative properties of our Blister Desiccant Foil are comparable to Silica Gel and like all cold form laminated aluminum film; we protect your products completely from both oxygen and water allowing for an extended product expiry date.
Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS)
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1. What is cold form blister desiccant foil?
Cold form blister desiccant foil is a type of functional composite aluminum film newly developed by Wisesorbent. It has high strength, high barrier and high corrosion resistant performance, as well as desiccative function to better protect your product.
2. How does cold form blister desiccant foil film realize desiccative function?
WiseSorbent® utilize special technology to combine molecular sieve desiccant with plastic to make desiccant film. And upgrade the lamination structure of traditional cold form blister foil from OPA -aluminum-PE to OPA -aluminum-desiccant layer-PE. Thus, cold form blister desiccant foil has desiccative function in addition to the advantages of traditional cold form blister foil.
3. Why use cold form blister desiccant foil?
Due to package volume limitation in pharmaceutical packaging for blister pack, desiccants are not able to fit in. Thus, shelf life of the products is affected by humidity rate. Cold form blister desiccant foil has desiccant function as well as advantages of traditional cold form blister foil, which can better protect medicines that are sensitive to humidity and extend product shelf life.
4. Which product does cold form blister desiccant foil apply to?
Cold form blister desiccant foil can be applied to all products that use cold form blister foil. Cold form blister desiccant foil is especially preferable for medicines that are sensitive to moisture and those are manufactured with freeze dry process.
5. Can cold form blister desiccant foil be used together with regular PTP (Press Through Packaging) aluminum foil?
Cold form blister desiccant foil cannot be used together with regular PTP (Press Through Packaging) aluminum foil. It has be used with WiseSorbent® PTP aluminum foil.
6. What are the precautions when using cold form blister desiccant foil?
Use appropriate amount. Please reference calculation illustration document or contact us.
Cold form blister desiccant foil should be stored in dry, cool environment with good ventilation, and avoid storing with volatile products.
Cold form blister desiccant foil should not be exposed to open environment for over 2 hours after package opening, and should be used up as soon as possible.
- Product Code:
- Raw Materials:
- Packaging Material:
Aluminum foil + Bubble Foil + Wrapping Film + Paper Carton
- Standard Packaging
Length: 500m/roll/carton:Diameter: 400mm
Paper carton: 450*450*1000
- Product label should include following content:
Product quantity per carton
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|1||Appearance||No holes, odor, foreign matter, adhesion, bubbles, wrinkles, stains, etc. No separation or obvious damage between laminated layers..|
|2||Thickness (μm)||DAF116001: 150±10 | DAF126001: 165±10|
|3||Grammage (g/m²)||DAF116001: 240.0±20.0 | DAF126001: 280.0±20.0|
|4||Moisture adsorption capacity (g/m²) 25℃, RH=40%||≥4.0|
|5||Stretch Strength (N/ mm) - Horizontial||≥3.5|
|6||Stretch Strength (N/ mm) - Vertical||≥3.5|
|7||Peel Strength (N/15mm)||≥6.0|
|8||Heat Seal Strength (N/15mm)||≥12|
|9||Water Vapor Transmission Amount (38℃, RH90%)||≤0.5g/(m²·24h)|
|10||Oxygen Transmission Amount (23℃)||≤0.5cm3/(m²·24h·0.1MPa)|