Light Gauge Foil

One of the primary uses of aluminum foil is in flexible packaging. It is often laminated with materials such as nylon, PVC, and other plastic films, making it ideal for food product packaging. Common applications include aseptic beverage cartons, confectionery, bakery items, yogurt, oven-cooked products, coffee, tea, chocolate drinks, and tobacco products. Typically, the thickness of aluminum foil used ranges from 6 to 12 microns. We offer aluminum foils in these sizes and thicknesses, perfectly suited for flexible packaging needs.

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Flexible packingAlloy type- AA1235/8079/8011
Decorative Purpose for FMCGTemper- Soft ('O')
FoodThickness& Tolerance- 0.008-0.012mm (Tolerance: +/-5%)
Health Care SegmentsWidth& Tolerance- 200mm-2100mm (Tolerance: +/-1mm)
Typical Core I.D.- 76mm, 152mm
Mechanical Properties- Tensile strength (U.T.S): 45 MPA-100 MPA
Packing-Seaworthy Export Standard Wooden Box Packing/Pallet packing

Frequently Asked Questions

Aluminum Foil has a shiny and dull side, and many people wonder which side should face out when using it. Both sides of the aluminum foil are equally effective at reflecting heat, so it doesn’t matter which side you use. The shiny and dull appearance is a result of the manufacturing process and has no its perfomance.

Aluminum Foil is invented in 1910 by a Swiss engineer named Dr. Lauber. It was Initially used for wrapping chocolate bars to maintain their freshness and prevent them from melting. Over time, its applications expended, and it became a widely used household item.

Yes, you can bake cookies on aluminum foil. It can be used as a convenient non-stick surface for baking cookies and other baked goods. To ensure even baking, you can lightly grease the aluminum foil or use parchment paper in combination with the foil.

Cooking Bacon in the oven with aluminum Foil is a popular method that reduces mess and cleanup. Here’s a simple way to do :

  • Preheat Your oven to 400*F (200*C).
  • Line a baking sheet with Aluminum Foil.
  • Place the bacon strips on the foil, ensuring they don’t overlap.
  • Bake for about 15-20 minutes or until and transfer it to a plate lined with the paper towels to absorb excess grease.
  • Remove the bacon from the oven and transfer it to a plate lined with the paper towels to absorb excess grease.

Yes, you can safely put aluminum foil in an oven. Aluminum foil is heat-resistant and can withstand high temperatures. It can used to cover dishes, wrap food for even cooking, or line baking sheets to prevent sticking.

Putting Aluminum foil on doorknobs is a common technique used during painting or renovation projects. It helps Protect the doorknobs from getting paint or other substances on them, making cleanup easier once the project is complete.

Yes, aluminum foil can block radio frequency identification (RFID) signals. RFID relies on radio waves to transmit information and aluminum foil acts as a barrier, preventing the signals from reaching or being read by RFID scanners. However, keep in mind that blocking RFID signals with aluminum foils is not foolproof method and any not be effective against all types of scanners. 

Yes, Aluminum foil pouches are considered safe packing for food products. They are made of non-toxic, food-grade aluminum foil with a strong barrier property. This means that it successfully keeps out pollutants such as moisture, air, light, and other elements that could affect the packed food’s quality and freshness.

Absolutely! Due to their great thermal conductivity, aluminum foil pouches can we used for cold and hot items. You can safely package things like hot soups, frozen foods, beverages, and even medicinal products that need precise temperature control because they can endure various temperatures.