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PE Film Cuttings


You no longer have to cut your films to size – we will do it for you. All PE films can be made to the dimensions you specify.

Blanks are ideally suited to serve as covers or as intermediate layers to separate packaging units from each other. PE film blanks are a perfect packaging material. Order now and enjoy the excellent material properties and the great price-performance ratio of Krus PE films for your needs!

Film blanks can be cut from LDPE film, LLDPE film, HDPE film, or even MDPE film. You can choose between widths from 100 mm to 2200 mm and thicknesses between 13 and 250 mic. We deliver your film loosely packed in a carton.

The film blanks can be printed in eight different colors and come with a slippery or non-slip surface. As for additives, you can choose between an antistatic agent, GUR additive, antifog, UV stabilizers, or antiblock. Do you want your film to be scratch-resistant? That is not a problem for us!

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PE Film Cuttings

Technical Details

TypesSleeve and/or overlaps, Half-sleeve, Tape
Widthfrom 60 mm to 2100 mm (LDPE), from 190 mm to 2100 mm (MDPE), from 220 mm to 970 mm (HDPE)
Thicknessfrom 13 μm to 200 μm (LDPE), from 13 μm to 200* μm (MDPE, HDPE)
ColorIn accordance with customer requirements
PrintFlexographic printing of up to 8 colors according to pantone
PropertiesThe strength of 15 μm LDPE is inferior to that of HDPE with the same thickness. LDPE is a more stretchable film compared to HDPE; it is more flexible and resistant to tearing. Both types of film have a high resistance to low temperatures, with HDPE performing better than LDPE in that regard.
AdditivesCan be manufactured with certain additives: - UV additive to protect the film from the effects of sunlight - antistatic additive to protect against discharges - slip-enhancing additive for easier packaging or opening - slip-reducing additive to allow easier stacking of products on pallets - additive to facilitate heat shrink (not applicable for HDPE and MDPE) - optional perforation - optional ionization: single-sided, double-sided or segmented - in case of a film intended for printing and lamination
UsageWide range of applications in packaging, food, medical and hygiene industries


  • We pack products according to client’s instructions
  • Foil or cardboard packaging
  • We cooperate with producers of cardboard packaging
  • We pack in own or customer material
  • We cooperate with packaging companies
  • We produce non-standard orders

Quality control

  • All products are checked and controlled at every stage of production
  • We have certificates and attestations for products intended for contact with food


  • We provide our own transport in the area of Poznań
  • We cooperate with transportation companies
  • We perform small-scape and full-pallet shipments

Private Label

  • We offer a whole range of our products in packaging under own brand
  • We adjust dimensions and methods of packaging to the individual needs of our clients
  • We produce collective packaging and labels for own brand of our clients

Applications for PE Film Blanks

You can use your PE film blank in many different ways. PE film blanks commonly serve as coverings for pallets or stored goods. However, films are also popular in the packaging industry, food industry, and retail industry. Craftsmen, contractors, and farmers continue to be customers for our PE film blanks.

What Are PE Blanks?

PE blanks are essentially cut-to-size films. Their respective dimensions are based on standard values, but PE blanks can also be manufactured based on the customer’s individual request. You are free to choose the format, as long as it is rectangular or square. 

KRUS - Your Competent Partner for PE Films of All Kinds

Do not hesitate to contact us for more information about the different films and to find out which product is the right one for your project!

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Why Should You Choose PE Film Blanks?

Foil blanks have the same advantages as other forms of PE films. They are cost-effective, recyclable, and water-repellent. PE film blanks are available in many styles and sizes, so you don’t have to cut them yourself. Additionally, polypropylene has a good environmental footprint.

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Where Are PE Blanks Used?

PE films that have already been cut to size are very convenient, as you no longer have to cut them yourself. You can use the blanks just like other packaging films – the only difference is that they are not on a continuous film roll. 

PE blanks are often used to cover pallets with goods, which you can further protect with a stretch film. This way, your products are optimally protected from the weather and light impacts.

PE film cuttings should be your first choice if you want to transport goods and then separate them from each other. The tailor-made sections help protect cartons from dirt and moisture.

Transport containers can also be lined with a layer of cut PE film. In agriculture, special agricultural PE films are also used to cover beds and fields.

In the food sector, PE cut-to-size sheets from Krus make the work easier, as the already formatted sheets can be used directly without the need for modification.

Do not hesitate to contact our competent consultants to discuss your PE film needs!


No, PE films are not toxic. They do not contain plasticizers and heavy metals and are very suitable for food packaging.

Yes, the PE film is waterproof and also very robust.

If you manage to damage the film with your fingernail, then it is a PE or PP film. The difference between PE and PP is material hardness – PE is softer. 

Yes, it is possible. However, you need a special adhesive to glue a PE film. There are hot glue sticks and also 2-component adhesives that can glue PE films. The surface of polyethylene can not be dissolved, so gluing is not easy and possible only with special adhesives. 

Polyethylene (PE) is most commonly used for film production. PVC is more resistant to acids, bases, oils, and alcohol. PVC is mainly used in the non-food sector, while PE film is very suitable for use in food packaging.

HDPE carries the code number 2 and LDPE the number 4.

Yes, PE is frost resistant when used in the manufacture of rain barrels, for example. However, to make sure that there are no cracks in the material, you should empty half of the water from the rain barrel at the onset of winter. 

PE films are not resistant to UV radiation. An exception is the black-colored PE film.  

All PE materials are combustible.

Polyethylene can be recycled if it hasn’t been bonded with other plastics.  PE is usually recycled to perform the same function – i.e., an old film is recycled to become a film again.

Polyethylene is a soft plastic that melts at high temperatures. The denser HDPE melts at 125°C, and the less dense LDPE at 105°C.

Bottles, bags, and other packaging made of polyethylene can be sent to the recycling system via yellow bags and yellow garbage cans.