React Root Component
Contact Us

Blown Film Extrusion Capabilities

The science and art to producing high quality, blown film 

We have invested in the most advanced extrusion equipment, with precision controls, to ensure we can offer customers the highest quality films on the market today.  With the ability to produce monolayer and multi-layer coextruded films using a wide range of resins and additives creates, the combinations seem endless. Visit our facility to see the beauty behind the art that is Pregis Films.

Extrusion Capabilities

  • Monolayer
  • 3-layer
  • 5-layer


  • Low- to high-density polyethylene
  • Linear low-density polyethylene
  • Metallocene/plastomers
  • EVA/EMA: low to high percentages
  • Polypropylene
  • Specialty


  • Slip
  • Anti-block
  • UV inhibitors
  • Fire retardant
  • Anti-stat/anti-fog
  • Custom colorants

High-quality films:

  • Collation shrink films
  • Lamination sealant web stock
  • Dry goods bag-in-box structures
  • Unsupported, flexible packaging films
  • Pouches and lidding structures
  • Coating grade films
  • Print grade film for tags and labels
  • Release liner grades
  • Heat lamination/bonding
  • Custom applications

Lab Capabilities

The Art & Science

The technology behind extrusion films is a science in itself. The research and development team at Pregis Films thrives on new challenges. Our technical team works collaboratively with you to discover the perfect blend of materials to meet your expectations. By partnering with our customers, we develop industry leading custom solutions that meet or exceed expectations. 

Capabilities include full physical and analytical testing:

  • Tensile properties (force – elongation, stress – strain, etc.)
  • Peel adhesion
  • Blocking test
  • Total energy dart falling dart impact
  • Elmendorf tear
  • Heat seal / hot tack
  • COF – friction force
  • Fourier transform infrared spectroscopy (FTIR)
  • Differential scanning calorimeter (DSC)
  • Spectrophotometer (UV/VIS)
We Deliver WOW at Pregis Films! Ready to get started? Click here to get in touch with an expert.