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1 also available on our internet site     Overview 3. In depth discussion: WET WIPES & COSMETIC PACKAGING PRODUCTS (September 21st, 2007) next stage: 4. In depth discussion: vacuum packing and MAP (modified atmosphere packaging) (October 22nd, 2007) 5. In depth discussion: cold-seal and countline flow-pack (November 23rd, 2007)

2 Overview n°3, 09/21/07 - page 2/12     Neophane welcomes Maurizio Perodo to the Commercial Team of Neophane S.p.A

3 Overview n°3, 09/21/07 - page 3/12     Overview N° 3 Sept. 21st, WET WIPES & COSMETIC PACKAGING PRODUCTS

4 Overview n°3, 09/21/07 - page 4/12     The packaging The packaging field, is a heterogeneous sector that has different branches. Each branch has unique and critical characteristics. To face these differences, Neophane studies a multiplicity of structures, always keeping in mind the principal functions of a pack: - to contain the product - to protect it from mechanical damage - to assure a suitable barrier to gas and other vapour - to prevent or to delay the degradation of the product - to present and promote the product The multi-layer materials are produced combining the different properties of each material, in order to optimise cost, performance and machinability. To make the right choice in terms of materials, it is essential to have a deep understanding of all raw materials involved with the process (not only the film, but also inks and adhesives), as well as that of the final product to be packed, knowledge obtainable only long experience and cooperative partnerships with suppliers and customers.

5 Overview n°3, 09/21/07 - page 5/12     The different types of films The materials normally used for the wrapping of wet wipes and cosmetics are: -Polyester- Paper- Alu- Polyethylene Most of the packaging in common use, are constructed with combinations of these materials- Polyester: excellent support for printing, thanks to its dimensional stability when heated, it can be considered as the leading film used in this sector, thanks to its good barrier properties and its chemical inertia. Sometimes, it is replaced by co-extruded polypropylene. Paper: used as printing support, in lamination with other films, it is used for wet wipes single-dose wrapping, as well as for talcum powder and soap tablets (in this case with application of hot-melt adhesives). Aluminium: used in lamination with plastic films, when the success of the final product is contingent on water vapour and gas resistance. Polyethylene: used in lamination for its sealing and water vapour barrier properties.

6 Overview n°3, 09/21/07 - page 6/12     WET WIPES Packaging for the wet wipe sector, is a significant percentage of Neophane’s sales, in Italy as well as in other European areas. This is an expanding sector in, as it has well identified some of the conveniences required by the modern life, with more and more diversified products. Applications: -household -personal care and hygiene -industrial

7 Overview n°3, 09/21/07 - page 7/12     DUPLEX STRUCTURES These structures are composed of two different layers of films and are produced in two phases: 1) printing + in-line lamination and2) slitting STRATIGRAPHYµmg/m² PET1216,80 Inks (coverage 100%) – chemical resistance11,00 Adhesive (high performances and chemical resistance)22,60 LDPE SP (also white)60÷7055,20÷64,40 PROPERTIES: PROPERTIES: wide sealing range with excellent performance (either in terms of force or hot-tack, as well as in presence of pollutants); high resistance to chemical attack and good barrier to gas and humidity; excellent printability (up to 9 colours). For certain personal care lines, the PET film is substituted by matt BOPP film, giving a soft touch sensation. PROPERTIESMETHODUNITVALUETOLLERANCE ADHESION STRENGTHASTM N/15mm> 2,0≥ 2,0 SEAL STRENGTH T: 140°C / P: 4bar / t: 0,5sec. Range: 105÷160°C ASTM 88-05N/15mm> 15,0≥ 15,0 Dynamic C.O.F. sealing filmASTM D < 0,40≤ 0,40 BARRIER PROPERTIES WV tr. O2 tr. ASTM F1249 ASTM D3985 g/m²/24h cm³/m²/24h < 40,0 < 100,0 ≤ 40,0 ≤ 100,0

8 Overview n°3, 09/21/07 - page 8/12     DUPLEX STRUCTURES DUPLEX STRUCTURES - continued STRATIGRAPHYµmg/m² PET1216,80 Inks (coverage 100%) – chemical resistance11,00 Adhesive (high performances and chemical resistance)22,60 PE- EVOH -PE (also white) 50÷7547,00÷70,50 PROPERTIES: PROPERTIES: with regard to the previous structure, the EVOH layer guarantees an excellent barrier to gas and improved water vapour. All the other performance parameters remain largely unchanged, with only a minimum difference in the sealing range. PROPERTIESMETHODUNITVALUETOLLERANCE ADHESION STRENGTHASTM N/15mm> 2,0≥ 2,0 SEAL STRENGTH T: 140°C / P: 4bar / t: 0,5sec. Range: 115÷160°C ASTM 88-05N/15mm> 10,0≥ 10,0 Dynamic C.O.F. sealing filmASTM D < 0,40≤ 0,40 BARRIER PROPERTIES WV tr. O2 tr. ASTM F1249 ASTM D3985 g/m²/24h cm³/m²/24h < 10,0 < 2,0 ≤ 10,0 ≤ 2,0

9 Overview n°3, 09/21/07 - page 9/12     TRIPLEX STRUCTURES These structures are composed by three different layers of films and are produced in three phases: 1) printing2) lamination and3) slitting. STRATIGRAPHYµmg/m² PET1216,80 Inks (coverage 100%) – chemical resistance11,00 Adhesive (high performances and chemical resistance)22,60 AL1232,40 Adhesive (high performances and chemical resistance)22,60 PE- EVOH -PE (also white) 50÷7547,00÷70,50 PROPERTIES: PROPERTIES: the aluminium layer, guarantees the best possible barrier to gas and water vapour, in addition to preserving the product avoiding aroma loss. PROPERTIESMETHODUNITVALUETOLLERANCE ADHESION STRENGTH PET // AL AL // PE ASTM N/15mm > 2,0 > 3,0 ≥ 2,0 ≥ 3,0 SEAL STRENGTH T: 140°C / P: 4bar / t: 0,5sec. Range: 105÷160°C ASTM 88-05N/15mm> 10,0≥ 10,0 Dynamic C.O.F. sealing filmASTM D < 0,40≤ 0,40 BARRIER PROP. WV tr. BARRIER PROP. O2 tr. ASTM F1249 ASTM D3985 g/m²/24h cm³/m²/24h < 0,5 ≤ 0,5

10 Overview n°3, 09/21/07 - page10/12     TRIPLEX STRUCTURES TRIPLEX STRUCTURES – continued Valid alternatives to the use of aluminium, more economical and easier availability, without relinquishing good barrier performance. The relative performance values are: metallised PET PET +Ink + Ad. + MET (↑) PET + Ad. + PE METHODUNITVALUETOLLERANCE ADHESION STRENGTH PET // met PET PET // PE ASTM N/15mm > 1,5 > 2,0 ≥ 1,5 ≥ 2,0 SEAL STRENGTH T: 140°C / P: 4bar / t: 0,5sec. Range: 105÷160°C ASTM 88-05N/15mm> 10,0≥ 10,0 BARRIER PROP. WV tr. BARRIER PROP. O2 tr. ASTM F1249 ASTM D3985 g/m²/24h cm³/m²/24h < 1,0 < 1,5 ≤ 1,0 ≤ 1,5 PVDC PET or PVDC PET PET +Ink + Ad. + PVDC (↑) PET + Ad. + PE METHODUNITVALUETOLLERANCE ADHESION STRENGTH PET // PVDC PET PET // PE ASTM N/15mm > 0,8 > 2,0 ≥ 0,8 ≥ 2,0 SEAL STRENGTH T: 140°C / P: 4bar / t: 0,5sec. Range: 105÷160°C ASTM 88-05N/15mm> 10,0≥ 10,0 BARRIER PROP. WV tr. BARRIER PROP. O2 tr. ASTM F1249 ASTM D3985 g/m²/24h cm³/m²/24h < 8,0 ≤ 8,0

11 Overview n°3, 09/21/07 - page11/12     SPECIAL STRUCTURES Structures suitable for wet wipes wrapped in single-dose : this packaging guarantees excellent barrier and sealing, in addition to easy opening. STRATIGRAPHYµmg/m² Inks (coverage 100%) – chemical and scratch resistances22,00 PAPAER4550,00 Adhesive (high performances and chemical resistance)22,60 AL821,60 Adhesive (high performances and chemical resistance)22,60 LDPE SP3532,20 Structures suitable for bar soaps : STRATIGRAPHYµmg/m² Inks (coverage 100%) – chemical, alkali, and scratch resistances22,00 WHITE CAVITATED BOTH SIDE TREATED PP4025,40 STRATIGRAPHYµmg/m² PET1216,80 Inks (coverage 100%) – chemical and alkali resistances11,00 Adhesive (high performances and chemical resistance)22,60 PAPER4550,00 HOT-MELT420,00 STRATIGRAPHYµmg/m² MAT BOPP2018,20 Inks (coverage 100%) – chemical and alkali resistances11,00 Adhesive (high performances and chemical resistance)22,60 CAST PP3027,00

12 also available on our Internet site since Oct. 22nd     Overview Next step on October 22 nd, VACUUM packing and MAP ( modified atmosphere packaging )


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