BDF-1000 is the latest addition to Cryovac's family of barrier shrink films. This multilayer, coextruded material was developed specifically for products requiring moisture protection, and represents a quantum advancement in combining shrink-film technology with moisture-barrier capabilities.
BDF-1000 Film provides two-way barrier protection; it keeps moist products moist and dry products dry. This film is ideal for packaging such products as dried fruit, fresh produce, candy, cookies, snack foods, fresh baked goods and assorted confectionery products. BDF-1000 is also applicable to other diverse packaging uses such as taco shells, dried pasta, popcorn, specialty teas, vitamins, soap, cake mixes, cereals, spices and various chemical products.
This unique, moisture-barrier shrink film has excellent optical properties which make it ideal for retail packaging where clarity and gloss are critical merchandising requirements. BDF-1000 is a very stiff, highly machinable material. It is capable of delivering exceptionally strong trim-seals and can perform on most standard shrink equipment.
Type of Material.
Multilayer, coextruded polyolefin formulation with excellent moisture-barrier properties.
Superior optics with excellent see-through and contact clarity, high sparkle and gloss. Provides maximum point-of-sale appeal.
A high-modulus material with excellent performance on all types of shrink equipment. Resistant to punctures and provides exceptionally strong trim seals.
Singlwound (SW) in widths to 63"; centerfolded (CF) in widths to 58".
60, 75, 100 and 125.
Trim sealing, constant heat, electrostatic.
CRYOVAC Series BDF 1000 Films
This information represents Cryovac's best judgement base on work done, but Cryovac & Dynamic Packaging assumes no liability whatsoever in connection with the use of information or findings contained herein. BDF-1000 complies with the requirements of the Federal Food, Drug and Cosmetics Act, as amended, for the packaging of all foods at room temperature and below. BDF is not acceptable for use in microwave cooking.
Minimum Use Temp.
-20 deg. F.
Maximum Storage Temp.
(two years maximum)
90 deg. F.
Shrink Temp. , Air
275-375 deg. F.
Density @ 73 deg. F. (g/cc)
Ball Burst Impact Strength
Coefficient of Friction
(Film to Film, Kinetic)
Oxygen Transmission Rate
(cc/m*m/24hrs., 73 deg. F., 1 atm)
Water Vapor Transmission Rate
(gms/100 sq. in./24 hrs., 73 deg. F., 100% RH)
Tensile Strength (psi)
Elongation at Break (%)
Modulus of Elasticity (psi)
Tear Propagation (gms)
Unrestrained Shrink (%)
@240 deg. F.
@260 deg. F.
Note: These are typical values for Cryovac films. They are intended for use as limiting specifications.
*Longitudinal Direction **Transverse Direction
CRYOVAC Series BDF 1000 Films
This information represents Cryovac's best judgement base on work done, but Cryovac & Dynamic Packaging assumes no liability whatsoever in connection with the use of information or findings contained herein.
BDF-1000 complies with the requirements of the Federal Food, Drug and Cosmetics Act, as amended, for the packaging of all foods at room temperature and below. BDF is not acceptable for use in microwave cooking.