TENOLAN films packing

Dimensions

Manufactured films are thick from 6 μm to 150 μm. Standard thickness series are shown in material lists of particular types of films.
Film rolls or coils are produced of widths from 10 mm to 2700 mm.
Permitted film width tolerances are as follows:

  • with widths up to 300 mm ± 0,5 mm
  • with widths exceeding 300 mm (+ 2 mm; -1 mm)

Other tolerances may be agreed on within a contract of purchase.
Greatest dimension of films trimmed to size is 1 150 mm.
Tolerances of trimmed films are ± 5 mm unless agreed otherwise.

Packaging

Films of required width and quantity are rolled on paper tubes or are trimmed to size.
Standard inner Ø of a paper tube is 76.2 mm or 152.4 mm. With small rolls of film it is possible to use paper tubes of Ø of 30 mm or 40 mm.
The rolls may consist of several pieces joined together with a colour or transparent self-adhesive polyester tape. The number of joints may be agreed on within a contract of purchase.
Rolls whose widths exceed 300 mm are packed in protective PET films and as soon as plastic fronts are fixed, the rolls are loaded on pallets so that the total height of loaded rolls does not exceed 1.5 m. To prevent any spontaneous movement of rolls, they are fixed by a rope and the entire pallet is wrapped in a shrink foil.
Rolls whose widths are less than 300 mm (disks) are packed in PE bags or PET films and are kept in cardboards. Particular layers are interlined with trimmed cardboards. Cardboards are attached to a pallet with a rope lengthwise and crosswise.
Films trimmed to size or small rolls are packed in a protective foil and in a cardboard, or in a two-piece box of suitable dimensions.
Another method of packing can be agreed between the customer and the manufacturer in a contract of purchase so that the products are sufficiently protected against dust, dirt and damage.

Labelling

Each packing unit affix label with the following commercial and technical data:

  • manufacturer identification
  • product- and type name
  • dimensions
  • quantity in kg and m
  • roll identification number
  • production date
  • quantity rolls or pieces in packing unit
  • name or mark of the dispatch worker
  • other agreed upon details

Another way of labelling may be agreed in contract.