China Supply 100% PLA Biodegradable High Transparent Films

100% PLA biodegradable high-transparent films are made of almost 100% PLA (polylactic acid ). So, of course, the films will be degraded into CO2, H2O and organic matter, as people know.

These films also have a high level of transparency, allowing light to easily pass through them while providing excellent clarity and visibility. This makes them ideal for packaging applications where the product inside can be easily seen and identified.

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What is 100% PLA biodegradable high-transparent film?

People are looking for more sustainable solutions to every products. One of these solutions is the use of 100%PLA biodegradable high-transparent films. These films are almost 100% PLA (polylactic acid) and can be used for various applications, like food packaging, flower packaging , medical supplies and so on.

  • Biodegradable/Compostable: Disintegrates completely within six months in one composting cycle;
  • The films are non-toxic and don’t release heavy metals over a given value into the compost.
  • With good transparency and stiffness.
  • Making clear packing bags;
  • Food packaging or flower packaging;
  • Laminating with kraft paper.

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Item NameChina Supply 100%PLA biodegradable high transparent films
MaterialAccording to customer's requirements and product characteristics
DesignCustomized
ColorTransparent
PrintingNone or customized
Size/ThicknessCustomized
ApplicationClear bags or flower packages
Feature1, Biodegradable and compostable
2, Nontoxic , food grade
3, Raw material is from natural material
SampleAvailable for free if we have in stock , proofing will be rechecked
Packing5 layer carton or pallet
CertificateISO 9001, biodegradable/compostable certificates
PaymentT/T / 50% deposit ,balance should be paid before shipment.

Quotation Notice: If a quotation is needed, some details must be provided, such as the size, pieces per roll, printing and so on.

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Frequently Asked Questions

  • Yes, PLA biodegradable film needs to be certified.
  • PLA is a biopolymer, and its performance can vary depending on several factors. To ensure that your PLA product will perform as required, it is important that the film be certified by an ISO 17025:2005 accredited lab.

Why does PLA need certification?

  • Biodegradable plastics are important because they help us reduce our environmental impact by breaking them down into tiny pieces over time when buried or thrown away in landfills. They also reduce the number of greenhouse gases released into the air compared to regular plastics.
  • The problem with non-certified biodegradable plastics is that they might not be safe for the environment or people who come into contact with them during their lifetime. For example, if someone were to use a non-certified bag as an animal poop bag, they might end up with a bag full of dangerous bacteria or pathogens if it didn’t break down properly in their compost pile or backyard garden.
  • The main characteristics of PLA biodegradable film are:
  • It’s 100% biodegradable and compostable.
  • It’s made from natural materials so it can be used in many applications.
  • PLA is made from renewable materials such as corn starch, so it’s good for the environment.
  • PLA is also one of the most stable plastics available. It doesn’t break down quickly like other bioplastics, making it great for food packaging or medical supplies that need to last for a long time.
  • PLA is also very flexible, making it ideal for packaging with complex shapes and folds that can’t be formed with other plastic films.
  • The biggest disadvantage of PLA is that it doesn’t perform well under heat or pressure, unlike other bioplastics that can withstand temperatures up to 200 degrees Fahrenheit (93 degrees Celsius) before they start to break down.
  • The short answer is: yes.
  • The longer answer depends on the type of plastic you compare it to.
  • Bioplastics are generally more expensive than traditional plastics because they require extra steps in their production process and more material and energy consumption. This is why you won’t see any bioplastic products sold at a lower price point than their non-biodegradable counterparts.
  • PLA and PHA are both biodegradable plastics made from corn, tapioca or other renewable resources. They are both produced using a similar process and have many similarities in their properties.
  • PLA is short for polylactic acid, and PHA is short for polyhydroxyalkanoates. Both are thermoplastics that can be used in 3D printing to create strong and durable objects.
  • PLA has a lower melting point than PHA, so it’s easier to print at home with an FDM printer. It also has a higher heat resistance than PHA, so it can create more durable parts when printed at high temperatures (220°C/428°F).
  • PHA has better moisture resistance than PLA, so it’s less likely to warp or break when exposed to moisture over time. This makes PHA a good choice for outdoor applications where PLA might not hold up well under the elements.

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