Colored Plastic Films

polyethylene colored plastic filmsOur colored plastic LDPE films are available in the following stock Pantone match colors:

7622   PMS 7622           WHITE2593  PMS 2593
708     PMS 7082915   PMS 2915267    PMS 267
2145    PMS 21454695  PMS 4695115     PMS 115
540     PMS 540877     PMS 8772402 PMS 2402
2655   PMS 2655Black Black3262 PMS 3262
021      PMS 021320     PMS 320219    PMS 219
349     PMS 3497580   PMS 75802199  PMS 2199
293     PMS 293

Our pigments are all heavy metal free, FDA compiant and Kosher approved. 

Each color has a different cost because the pigments have different costs. 

If you are looking at a Pantone color formula guide, the gloss level of polyethylene film will look like the “C” or coated version.  ” U ” implies an uncoated surface.  The color is the same either as U or C.  

Here is a link to our video about colored plastic films.

Making pigmented LDPE films is more complicated than PVC which is known as “dry” color defined as adding powdered pigment to the other powdered mystery ingredients.  

The pigment must be compounded usually at 50% with a “carrier” resin.  Carrier resins have much less viscosity than the base resin for film, causing the pigment to disperse homogenously in the extrusion process.  This is a necessary step for not only the blown film industry.  What is known as color concentrate or masterbatch is a big market which serves blow molding, injection molding and fiber.  Here are links to some of the major players:




Colored plastic films are available in tint or opaque.  The amount of pigment is defined in terms of opacity.

We can match any Pantone or custom color. The approval process requires time.  See our page on our product development process.

Holi Hai is a spring festival in Hindu culture.  It goes on almost the entire month of March.

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Did you know ?  The city of Lyon, France has a long heritage of fine silk.  Long before PMS or CMYK, colors were derived from what were known as ” color cards “.  The color card on the left is about 120 years old.

Fun fact: Silkworms love to race.  97% of the time they end up in a tie.


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