What is a blister in packaging?

Blister packaging is a type of packaging produced by heating a sheet of plastic and moulding it into shape to form a bubble or pocket the ‘blister‘ that completely covers the product. A traditional blister pack is known as a face seal blister and has a cardboard back.

What is the purpose of blister packaging?
Blister packs are used to package products such as toys, hardware, medication, etc. Many blister packaging machines use heat and pressure via a die to form the cavity or pocket from a roll or sheet of plastic.

What is difference between strip and blister packaging?

Blister packs are made through a form-fill-seal method. Strip packs are formed around the tablet at a time when it is dropped to the sealing area between two webs of a heat-sealable flexible film through either a heated reciprocating platen or a heated crimp roller. Readmore visit site

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