Protect your bulky goods

with our range of shrink film

Made in Europe

Shrink covers in large width

Our shrink wraps are the fruit of a rigorous study directly linked to the expectations of installers and operators. No waste and great flexibility for optimum shrink quality.

This means they can be adapted to all types of shrink-wrapping work, whether it’s winterizing boats, confining monuments and buildings, protecting industrial goods or large volumes (aeronautics, ski cabins, etc.).

To best meet your needs, we offer a large shrink film range.

Technical specifications :

  • Length
    98.43 to 164.04 ft
    30 to 50 m
  • Width
    157.47 to 590.55”
    4 to 15 m
  • Thickness
    180 to 300 µ*
    180 to 300 µ*

What’s more, we have large-width films with different properties to provide protection tailored to your specific needs, such as UV protection or fire-retardant film (on request) to protect against the harmful effects of sunlight or delay the spread of fire.

The high quality of our shrink wrap ensures bi-directional shrinkage and excellent weld adhesion.

All our films are manufactured in compliance with ISO 9001:2015. Bs1,d0 and M1 certifications are available for all lengths and widths within the limits of 190 to 300 microns for Bs1,d0 and 200 to 300 microns for M1.

* Please note that products over 210µ will be made to measure.


shrink film

Our shrink wrap range is based on close collaboration with end-users in defining dimensions and technical specifications. Quality is at the heart of our approach, so that we can offer you shrink film with excellent durability and optimum shrinkage.

Our wide-format shrink wrap is made from high-quality LDPE and feature bi-oriented shrinkage, great application flexibility and UV stabilization for 12 months.

Industrial LDPE shrink film is 100% recyclable. Recycling channels are numerous, and new regeneration methods give it a second life.

Industrial film retains all its quality even after repeated recycling. Today, some industrial shrink film contain up to 50% recycled materials.

As regards the recycling process, the plastic is first converted into LDPE granules, then undergoes various recycling processes to become successively “agricultural film” and “garbage bags” after a final recycling, before finally disappearing through incineration.