The high density version of the T-shirt bag is the least expensive plastic bag available. It is commonly used in supermarkets, retail chain stores, beachwear stores and others. The low density version has clearer graphics and a more upscale look. Both are very strong and durable.
|T-shirt Poly Bags (Low Density or High density) Packaging Specifications|
|Film Colors:||white, ivory, black, yellow, gray, orange, – other colors may be available by request.|
|Ink Colors:||Matched to pantone|
|Popular Sizes||Suggested Gauge||Minimum Wholesale Quantity|
|12x7x23||0.6 – 0.7||30M (high density) – 6M (low density)|
|12x9x30||0.75 – 0.9||30M (high density) – 6M (low density)|
With high density t-shirt bags (the kind used at most supermarkets), do you need to double bag?
Not necessarily. High-density bags are extremely strong and can support a lot of weight. These bags can be made as thin as they are but can still typically hold a load of groceries. If you have merchandise with sharp edges, you run the risk of tearing the high density bags. A cost effective solution is to manufacture slightly thicker bags, which will be less expensive than using 2 bags.
For pricing, production and shipping schedules, or to learn more about these bags or other packaging products contact an Alef Custom Packaging Specialist.