INFORMATION & IDEAS
School Products made of DuPont™ Tyvek® brand protective material are ideal for education because they create effective new channels of communication between school and home.
See how DuPont™ Tyvek® for DVD Packaging proves best in recent tests.
In total performance, disc packaging testing proves nothing surpasses DuPont™ Tyvek® in protecting recordable discs.
DuPont™ Tyvek® comes in a variety of disc packaging styles.
Here are a few tips to help you get excellent results every time you do commercial printing with DuPont Tyvek®.
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Find out why DuPont™ Tyvek® makes DuPont Graphics to the next level.
Learn more about where to buy Tyvek® envelopes.
DuPont Packaging Graphics provides products, processes and services, such as the DuPont™ Cyrel® FAST solvent free process and the Life Cycle Assessment, to help you achieve your printing sustainability goals.
Technical information to take into consideration when using DuPont™ Tyvek® for Industrial Packaging.
Learn more about technical information related to seaming and sealing for Industrial Packaging.
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Printing on Tyvek® medical and pharmaceutical packaging styles can be done using standard commercial printing equipment and suitable inks. These guidelines can help you obtain optimum printing results.
DuPont impact modifier resins increase the durability of molded or extruded plastics, particularly those subject to impact forces or cold weather service.
DuPont™ Elvaloy® PVC modified polymers are highly miscible in PVC, offering opportunities for PVC-based manufacturers to differentiate product performance and more.
Elvaloy® PTW provides super-tough impact resistance while improving hydrolysis resistance of PBT compounds for higher product quality.
DuPont™ Elvaloy® resin modifiers improve the performance and lower the cost of rigid PVC compounds.
Broadening its scope of application, DuPont™ Surlyn® is lending its creative freedom to the production of cosmetic cream jars and tubes, building on proven benefits in perfume caps and closures.
The latest advances in electroluminescent technology brings exceptional transparency of DuPont™ Surlyn® resin to the fore.
Lotion packaging with unique inner bag design helps keep out air and contaminants for lotion to remain pure and fresh.
DuPont™ Surlyn® is lending its creative freedom to the production of cosmetic bottles and tubes, building on proven benefits in perfume caps and closures.
DuPont collaborates with Tetra Pak to provide a hygienic and safe shelf stable fruit juice package through DuPont™ Nucrel® acid copolymers that ensure proper lamination between various packaging layers and imparts maximum shelf life to shelf stable juice packaging.
DuPont Sealant Selector Tool takes the mystery ouf of selecting the right packaging sealant.
The DuPont Packaging Sealant Value Estimator (SaVE) helps brand owners and converters evaluate the total costs of flexible packaging that relies on sealing solutions to help protect the contents.
To help packaging manufacturers choose their best tie resin, DuPont has created a tie resin selector tool.
DuPont™ Elvax® ethylene vinyl acetate (EVA) copolymer resins add toughness, resilience, crack resistance and better flexibility than LDPE over broad temperature ranges for industrial and consumer applications. Read about the performance properties of these grades and download datasheets and the complete DuPont™ Elvax® EVA Grade Selection Guide.
DuPont™ Elvax® EVA (ethylene vinyl acetate) copolymer resins offer many performance properties, from low seal initiation temperatures to excellent flex-crack resistance, for packaging applications. Read about the performance properties of these grades and download datasheets and the complete DuPont™ Elvax® EVA Grade Selection Guide.
To meet growing demand for high-performance specialty resins used in packaging, footwear, electronics, and more, DuPont has a joint venture for EVA plastic production in China.
DuPont™ Elvaloy® ethylene acrylate copolymer resins have a substantially higher heat resistance than EVAs and other polar copolymers.
Renewably sourced DuPont biopolymers are used in sustainable plastics that can replace oil-based materials and reduce dependence on fossil fuels.
DuPont packaging design ideas help brand owners and manufacturers make history, from a sleeker reclosable cereal box to easier-to-recycle fruit crates to the next generation of innovation.
DuPont™ Appeel® sealant resin meets practically any easy-open lidding film need. It seals to all commonly used container substrates, and is approved for direct food contact under many conditions of use. Appeel® resin for lids is suitable for packaging most foodstuffs, including water-based, acidic and fatty types.
Learn more about recycling Tyvek® for industrial packaging.
Learn more about laminating and coating Tyvek® for industrial packaging applications.
Slitting and cutting Tyvek® can be done on most commercial equipment using conventional paper-cutting techniques
DuPont has a proven history of driving practical, scalable solutions for sustainable packaging based on full life cycle assessment and business-driven collaboration with customers worldwide.
DuPont™ Fusabond® helps expand the possibilities of recyclable packaging in Brazil, allowing used agricultural chemical packaging to be transformed and reused as corrugated construction piping.
DuPont innovations help manufacturers and designers create cost-effective, environmentally friendly packaging solutions.
DuPont works with converters and brand owners to develop energy saving packaging solutions, from making production and shipping more efficient to reducing power costs.
On May 19, 2015, DuPont joined public and private sector leaders to share examples of rural and urban innovations that address the global food security challenge.
Read information on the 2014 DuPont Packaging Awards
DuPont collaborates with customers on efficient packaging that protects products by developing optimal packaging that maximizes effectiveness and environmental efficiency.
DuPont™ Surlyn® delivers the strength, stiffness, and extrudability film converters require for packaging downgauging and to optimize use of petroleum-based materials.
DuPont™ Tyvek® has features and benefits that make it ideal for most of your printing and converting applications.
An overview of the unique demands of medical packaging design, including supporting safe use, microbial protection, sterilization compatibility, and efficient manufacturing.
Tyvek® provides a unique combination of physical properties that no other sterile packaging material can match, consistently outperforming other commercially available porous packaging materials—including medical-grade papers—in test after test.
Tyvek® supports sustainability in healthcare across the full package lifecycle, from material minimization through recycling and reuse.
The unique structure of DuPont™ Tyvek®—tough, continuous filaments—provides a proven microbial barrier, outperforming medical-grade papers.
Because the sterile barrier system is one of the first lines of defense against healthcare-associated infections (HAIs), it is important to select a packaging material that provides the highest possible degree of protection, as Tyvek® does.
Tyvek® medical and pharmaceutical packaging styles are manufactured in facilities that are ISO 9001:2008 certified. These facilities strictly adhere to good manufacturing practices, good laboratory practices and quality control measures.
DuPont™ Tyvek® medical and pharmaceutical packaging styles comply with the materials portion of ISO 11607-1:2006(R)2010 and meet all the acceptable performance criteria for bio-compatibility and other regulatory requirements.
After terminal sterilization, Tyvek® can maintain the sterility of medical devices for at least five years, enhancing the sustainability of a medical product because it can be stored for long periods with no need to re-sterilize or re-package.
Studies comparing medical-grade paper to Tyvek® prove that Tyvek® is a low lint packaging material that generates far fewer airborne particulates that could contaminate either the medical device or the sterile field.
These guidelines provide important information about the three main considerations for heat sealing: dwell time, temperature and pressure. Other factors that can affect heat seals are also described.
To measure the physical properties of Tyvek®, DuPont uses test methods based on recognized industry methodologies from ASTM, ISO and other organizations. Because many of these methods were developed for paper, DuPont has modified some of them.
Only Tyvek® offers sterilization compatibility with all of the most commonly used methods for sterilizing medical devices. Made of HDPE, Tyvek® is extremely stable when exposed to sterilant gases and high-energy sterilization processes.
DuPont Medical and Pharmaceutical Protection selected Nelson Laboratories as the independent testing lab that will perform the medical package testing for the DuPont™ Tyvek® Medical Packaging Transition Project (MPTP).
The tough, continuous filaments of Tyvek® give it superior tear strength and puncture resistance compared to medical-grade papers, making Tyvek® an optimal solution for puncture resistant packaging of medical devices and pharmaceutical products.
Unlike medical-grade paper, Tyvek® has excellent moisture resistance, enabling it to maintain its superior strength and puncture resistance—even when wet. And, its high MVTR means Tyvek® enables an effective EO sterilant concentration to be achieved.
For more than 40 years, Tyvek® has been advancing the science of protection for medical devices and pharmaceutical applications by expanding the packaging and sterilization choices available to manufacturers.
With its clean peel and low lint features, Tyvek® generates far fewer airborne particulates than medical-grade papers when packages are opened or handled, minimizing the risk of device contamination.
Members of the DuPont Medical and Pharmaceutical Protection Team regularly participate in activities within a number of industry standards-setting organizations around the world. Links to these and other key industry organizations are provided here.
X-ray and metal detectable plastic resins provide excellent wear resistance and lubricity for improved longevity and reduced noise, high mechanical properties without reinforcement, and detectability for reliable contamination control.