What are cigarettes wrapped with?
Two kinds of packaging materials are usually used:
- Cellophane: Cellophane is a transparent film made of regenerated cellulose. Its low permeability to air, oil, grease, bacteria, and water makes it suitable for food packaging.
- BOPP film: It is a film made from the melt of high molecular polypropylene through a series of processing procedures. It is colorless, odorless, tasteless, and non-toxic. And has high tensile strength, impact strength, rigidity, toughness, and good transparency.
Why use cellophane wrap cigarettes?
There is a wonderful micro-breathability in its molecular chain, which allows commodities to breathe through the micropores in the egg skin like an egg. This is very beneficial to the freshness and preservation activity of commodities. It has strong resistance to oily, alkaline and organic solvents; it does not generate static electricity and does not self-absorb dust. Because it is made of natural fiber, it can absorb water and be decomposed in the garbage, which will not cause environmental pollution.
Its transparency makes it clear to the goods inside, It also has the properties of moisture-proof, impervious, heat-sealable, etc. Play a good protective effect on commodities. Compared with ordinary plastic film, it has the advantages of no static electricity, dustproof, and good kinking. After packaging items with it, it can prevent rust, moisture and pollution.
And this kind of packaging material is usually used in conjunction with a professional cigarette pack cellophane wrapping machine to complete the entire cigarette packaging process.