Book Covers & Balloons

Books on the shelves. Library. Back to school.Capran® biaxially oriented nylon film helps softcover books make a lasting first impression. These clear, durable films with a matte coating on one side support bright cover graphics and superior scuff resistance. The films’ rate of moisture absorption is designed to match that of cover stocks, preventing curling of the corners due to humidity.

In addition, Capran® films are ideally suited for balloons due to their high burst strength, flex-crack and pinhole resistance, and gas barrier properties. Excellent adhesion characteristics enhance metallizing and decorating for external appeal. The resulting bright, festive and attractive balloons are equipped to hold their helium and resist popping or sagging for long periods of time. Equally important, you can count on a knowledgeable team of application development engineers dedicated to support your needs and requests.

Contact us to see how we can enhance your manufacturing processes and your book and balloon applications.

Key benefits of Capran® films for book covers include

  • Moisture absorption
  • Flex-crack resistance
  • Humidity resistance that prevent curling at corners
  • Scuff resistance to support vibrant color graphics

Key benefits of Capran® films for balloons include:

  • Excellent adhesion from even surfacing
  • Powerful gas barrier properties
  • Flex-crack resistance for advanced shapes of balloons

[ + ]CapranĀ®: Book Covers & Balloons Products

Product Description TDS
1000 Capran® 1000 film is a 0.40 mil (10 micron) biaxially oriented (BOPA) nylon 6 film with excellent flex crack resistance and superior clarity properties well suited for packaging applications requiring excellent mechanical strength. (71 KB)
1200 Capran® 1200 film is a 0.47 mil (12 micron) biaxially oriented nylon 6 film with excellent flex crack resistance and superior clarity properties, well suited for packaging applications requiring excellent mechanical strength. (70 KB)
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