Most custom-made stand-up pouches must have tamper-evident markings that indicate that the package was tempered. A tear strip is the most popular use. It secures the contents until they are removed by the original owner.
Applications for packaging pouches range from medical to electronic and food. The next packaging consideration is fil style. There are many companies that offer stand-up pouches. There are many pitfalls when pouches are made for liquids. An experienced supplier will be able to help you avoid these.
While choosing the right standup pouch is easy, it is important to understand the size and character requirements of your final product. Standup pouches protect the contents inside and allow it to stand alone on the surface. This saves time, money, and helps you organize your kitchen and save space.
1. Take a look at the dimensions:
First, you need to decide the exact size of your pouch. This will allow you to narrow your search for packages. Next, focus on the type of packaging material, thickness, as well as other features. Two things to remember when sizing: A list of pouch sizes must be made withering, in gusset order. The third dimension will tell you if the pouch has a gusset. To determine the gusset size, open the pouch on its side and measure the bottom of the pouch. Important: There is a difference in the actual pouch size and the stated size. A pouch measuring 6X8 inches will not fit in a pouch measuring 5X8. It is important to test it first with the actual product.
Other characteristics of pouches such as seal dimensions, zipper closures, hang holes, Ziplock closures and tear notches can also be included in overall packaging dimensions. This has an impact on overall fillable area. The pouch portion below the zipper is the pouch’s fillable space.
2. How are Pouches Filled
It is important to choose how the pouch is filled, whether it is manually or automatically. The size, thickness, and type of packaging material used will also be affected by the way that pouches are filled. Because the pressure of the filling machine is greater than that of the hands, it is important to ensure that the pouch is not damaged by the filling.
3. Check the Volume
When choosing the right size pouch, it is important to consider how much product you are using. For example, 8 ounces of granola will take more volume than 8 tones of vitamin pills. To adjust bulky items, a pouch of full-size size is required. It is not necessary to test the product in multiple dimensions before purchasing.
4. Do this once
You can either do this in your kitchen or pantry to evaluate the choices you have made and get a starting point for sizing. First, you will need a pouch that has the same product inside. To determine the right size bag, you will need to empty the pouch and fill it with your product. You can also visit a grocery store to purchase a suitable pouch for your product. Once it is filled with your material, you can test it.