Restoring damaged packages also can be expensive. It can cost between 50 cents and $1 to replace a bag in addition to the labor charge for repacking the product.
IPE has 3 different gauges in the BD series of shrink bags:
1. BD95 is our most popular product, formulated for pork and larger cuts such as a full loin, are constructed with heavier materials to contain the larger bones common to wholesale shipments.
2. BD75 is a retail product has a tighter shrink to control the tenderizing solutions that are used for ham, spareribs, baby-back ribs, and other items.
3. BD110 is reserved for the heaviest and most tough items requiring extreme puncture resistance and protection. This is usually for very large primal cuts for export and domestic applications.
Each bag has a different grade of sealant that is formulated to withstand the stresses from specific types of fat. The packages contain a blend of puncture-resistant polymers and are intended to support disparate types of bones.
The bone-in packaging offered by IPE is formulated with puncture-resistance materials across the total perimeter of the product. The designs exclude such traditional components as patches and bone wraps. By strengthening the entire package, packers can avoid the labor-intensive task of orientating the bone in each cut of meat to a patch.
Hot Product ：95um Boneguard Shrink Bags is designed especially for bone- in products, either fresh or frozen, with high puncture resistance to avoid leakers during transportation and storage.
International Plastic Engineering Co., Ltd
Add: Changle Industrial Zone, Haimen City, Jiangsu Province 226124, China
Contact: Michelle Fan