Schümann developed its new Green Max7 gummed tape especially for the environmentally-friendly packaging of heavy products.
A Green Max7 tape consists of three basic components: natural glue from potato starch, Kraft paper, the wood used for the production of which originates from sustainably managed EU forests, and organically based reinforcement filaments.
A fourth, decisive factor is a special seven filament-layer, with which five filaments positioned in parallel are overlapped by two curved filaments with a large radius. While the five lengthwise filaments primarily serve the purpose of protecting the edges of the packaging, the two curved filaments secure the opening of the carton, and therefore provide safety against theft, tampering and unauthorized opening.
Those who want to be sure that their valuable natural products are optimally protected during transport are therefore on the safe and sustainable side with the Green Max7 tape from Schümann.
The application is also highly environmentally friendly, as the paper strips are stuck to the cardboard packaging without using any chemicals and simply through moistening with water. This is something the visitors to the BioFach 2015 can convince themselves at the company's trade fair stand 6-271 in hall 6.
The new Green Max7 gummed tape combines sustainability and tear-resistance like no other cardboard packaging tape. They are the perfect solution for the both safe and environmentally-friendly packaging of organic and natural products which bring more than just a couple grams to the scales.