It claims its refrigerated drop test demonstrated a 200% improvement compared to current industry standard dairy films and a 380% improvement to impact resistance.
Kevin Griffin, sales director, Liqui-Box, said improvements have been made using higher performance resins, saving on inbound freight costs by as much as 25% which lead to fewer leakers.
“We've taken the time to develop a packaging film that delivers on the key performance criteria our customers require,” he said.
“The durability and toughness, especially for refrigerated products, is something that will add value to our customers’ production.
“Add to that the improved transportation efficiency and reduced raw material required to produce SealGard and we have a product we are proud of."
Liqui-Box manufactures sustainable packaging and machinery for liquid and semi-liquid products including bag-in-box flexible packaging and pouches for a variety of industries, including dairy, beverage, food and non-food markets.
Product applications include fountain beverage syrup, milkshake mix, coffee drinks, pumpable liquid foods such as concentrates and sauces.