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Baytec Containers Posting Page
Tuesday, March 30, 2010
A Mylar bag is an industrial trademarked brand name.
In its basic form, Mylar is a Clear material made from polyester resin.
Mylar Foil bags are used in a wide range of industries which require moisture
and oxygen barriers to ensure product integrity.

Polyester Film when laminated to aluminum foil provides additional
barrier properties and higher puncture resistance than any metalized polyester structure.
The ubiquitous "Mylar" balloons are actually made from metalized polyester,
a very lightweight structure in which the aluminum is deposited onto t
he surface of the polyester (Mylar) film in a thickness measured
in angstroms ( 1 angstrom = 1/1000th of a human hair).
To compare the properties of Mylar Foil, review the specifications
of our Mylar Bags of 4 mil.

Mylar Bags
Your food storage is an important investment in you and your family's' safety.
A Mylar bags will add a first line of insurance so that you food will be there when you need it.

Bucket and pails are a great way to keep your bulk foods dry and safe.
But they have their weakness also. The lid may not seal it can crack
and it can cave in under a vacuum which can let in light and destroy its contents.

Mylar bags are sealed inside the bucket which will keep out moisture, oxygen, light, bugs, all the enemies of food storage.

by: Baytec Containers


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