U.S. Packaging & Wrapping to Sell Polyethylene Sheeting

We are excited to add a large variety of polyethylene sheeting to our product line. Poly sheeting is often referred to as “Visqueen” or even plastic drop cloths. They are used by a variety of packaging, industrial, agricultural, and construction companies.

Polyethylene is the most common plastic available. It differs from the PVC and Polyolefin shrink wrap we sell. Polyethylene comes in a large variety of forms in the world we live in. The different forms of polyethylene are referred to as the density of the polyethylene. High density (HDPE), medium density (MDPE), low density (LDPE), and linear low density (LLDPE) are the most common polyethylenes.  Below are a couple of examples of different products made with polyethylene.

High density polyethylene– Garbage containers & milk jugs

Medium density polyethylene– gas pipes & heavy duty shrink films

Low density polyethylene– Plastic Bags & Poly Sheeting

Linear low density polyethylene– Saran Wrap & Stretch Film

We already sell a large amount of linear low density polyethylene products. The main product we sell that uses LLDPE is our stretch film products. Our polyethylene sheeting uses a low density polyethylene. The low density polyethylene does not have the amount of stretch the LLDPE does.

This lack of stretchability makes the plastic drop cloths more durable and thicker. All of our poly sheeting comes in thicknesses of 2 mil up to 6 mils thick. The thicker poly sheets are commonly used in construction settings for vapor barriers and lining. The other poly sheeting thicknesses are used for painting drop cloths and covers to protect products.

We offer a large selection of widths available as well as custom made products upon request. All of our poly sheeting rolls come with with our quantity based pricing starting at 5 rolls. Call our sales department at 1-800-441-5090 Ext.45 for details.

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