Are you one of the select companies that produce items to the rigid specifications that REQUIRE* MIL-SPEC packaging?
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*ACTUAL certification to military specifications, not "conforms to" or "similar" or "commercial" version.
If you have wide varieties of parts that are of different sizes and need to make military specification pouches try using this 200-yard material. Thy this material which works great in conjunction with our US-made mobile handheld sealer or our very economical hot jaw.
We have learned that being able to provide 50" wide material in this extremely puncture resistant grade of MIL-PRF-131 moisture barrier film is very beneficial to those doing crating, and packaging for military grade products. For commercial grade products PAKDRY7500 is produced in much higher volume is not only superior but more readily available.
MIL-PRF-131K Class 1 is a moisture barrier grade material is the most common material used in MIL-SPEC packaging. There are several different types of MIL-SPEC packaging materials (for example: 81705 is for electronic products). The most common of all is the MIL-PRF-131 Class 1 grade which is a moisture barrier material designed for packaging government products, usually military items, that are moisture sensitive. Thus, one will often find a desiccant (MIL-D-3464) packet inside a package or a mil-spec pouch that has been produced from MIL-PRF-131K material.
MIL-PRF-131 Class 1 Grade 500
|36" Wide x 200 Yards||2CY36UF5C131K||Silver||MIL-PRF-131K Class 1 Grade 500m||5.4 mil||Buy|
|48" Wide x 200 Yards||2CY48UF5C131K||Silver||MIL-PRF-131K Class 1 Grade 500m||5.4 mil||Buy
MIL-PRF-131 Class 1 Grade 1000
|36" Wide x 200 Yards||2CY36UF1K131K||Silver||MIL-PRF-131K Class 1 Grade 1000m||6.2 mil||Buy|
|50" Wide x 200 Yards||2CY50UF1K131K||Silver||MIL-PRF-131K Class 1 Grade 1000m||6.2 mil||Buy
Made in the USA and used extensively by the US Military
|36" Wide x 200 Yards||MS360-36Y200||Silver||MARVELSEAL360||5.2 mil||Buy|
|48" Wide x 200 Yards||MS360-48Y200||Silver||MARVELSEAL360||5.2 mil||Buy|
MIL-PRF-81705E Type 1 Class 1 Grade 360
|36" Wide x 200 Yards||2CY36T1C1G360||Silver||MIL-PRF-81705 Type 1 Class 1||5.3 mil||Buy|
|50" Wide x 200 Yards||2CY50T1C1G360||Silver||MIL-PRF-81705 Type 1 Class 1||5.3 mil||Buy|
MIL-PRF-81705E Type 1 Class 1 Grade 600
|36" Wide x 200 Yards||2CY36T1C1G600||Silver||MIL-PRF-81705 Type 1 Class 1||6.4 mil||Buy|
|50" Wide x 200 Yards||2CY50T1C1G600||Silver||MIL-PRF-81705 Type 1 Class 1||6.4 mil||Buy
MIL-DTLs are detail specifications that outline how to achieve a specific requirement. One subcategory of packaging, MIL-DTL-117, specifies the nature of heat-sealed bags for military uses, like preserving food or storing supplies that are susceptible to corrosion. Heat-sealed bags can serve many purposes as personnel are planning for contingencies or conducting training scenarios. The DoD has set up in-depth criteria and checks to make these bags and pouches resilient and reliable.
What the bags are made of influences their ability to keep out air and unwanted chemicals. MIL-PRF-121, MIL-PRF-131, MIL-PRF-22191 and MIL-PRF81705 are the most widely used materials. The composition of the bags has to fall within the relevant type and class comparable to the style and purpose. Warding off water or grease takes a treated substance, and foil, plastic, kraft paper or laminate can create the protection your contents need. The thickness of the material is also managed to promote cost-efficiency.
MIL-I-8835 is a humidity indicator. It consists of a card that contains three spots, each one indicating a different level of humidity. The spots change color from blue to pink when the humidity threshold has been reached. From top to bottom, they measure 50% relative humidity, 40% relative humidity and 30% relative humidity, each one accurate to within 5%. The use of MS20003 can inform packaging facilities about the relative humidity in the packaging environment and whether it is suitable for sensitive applications.
Contact us to learn which of our products conform to MIL-I-8835 or any of the previously mentioned packaging standards.