Neschen is expanding its organic product family with filmolux soft organic, the sustainable alternative to the top seller filmolux soft.
Like the filmolux libre organic, it consists of 50 % bio-based polyethylene obtained from sugar cane. Sugar cane is a versatile and rapidly renewable crop that can be used as a clean source to produce the raw material for book protection film. After harvesting, bioethanol is extracted from the sugar cane, which binds CO2 from the atmosphere in every growth cycle, and is used to produce green polyethylene (Bio-PE). This helps reduce greenhouse gas emissions compared to conventional polyethylene, which is made from fossil resources and significantly improves the eco-balance. In addition, it has the same application and performance properties as petrochemical polyethylene. filmolux soft organic is made from Bio-PE, which consists of more than 50 % renewable raw materials.
The high priority given to sustainability
filmolux soft organic is washable and resistant to a wide range of cleaning agents and solvents. It thus supports the effectiveness of hygiene concepts in libraries, schools, and other highly frequented areas.
The new book protection film is REACH-compliant and therefore also APEO- and BPA-free, and it can be easily applied to all smooth and clean surfaces. Furthermore, the adhesive and the film are plasticizer-free. You can correct minor errors quickly during processing due to its reduced initial adhesion. The 100 % recyclable PE film also features a printed blue grid that makes it easy to cut to size.
With this new product addition, Neschen shows that sustainability is an essential and permanent topic. Many other Neschen portfolios, such as the wallpaper range, already have green product alternatives. In addition, Neschen has already included many PP-based products in its book protection range. Since sustainability is a high priority at Neschen, the company offers filmolux soft organic, another one hundred percent recyclable and climate-neutral book protection film.
Further information at: www.neschen.com