Bubble wrap

Bubble wrap

Bubble wrap is produced from thin low-density polyethylene (LDPE) foils and consists of two or three layers. It contains no softener and is free of halogens, sulphur and silicon.

Bubble wrap also contains no cadmium, lead or other heavy-metal stabilisers. Bubble wrap is fully recyclable and its component materials can be reused. It is harmless when burnt and does not affect groundwater quality.

The service temperature range of bubble wrap extends from -40°C to +70°C.

Technical data

  antistatic (dissipative) electrically conductive
Colour Pink, transparent Pink, transparent
2-layer x Standard
3-layer Standard X
Total foil thickness 100 my 100 my
Bubble diameter 10 mm 10 mm
Bubble height ca. 4mm ca. 4 mm
Surface resistance (DIN 53482) 10¹° Ohm*) 10⁴ Ohm
Delivered as:    
Rolls 0,50 m wide x 50 m long 0,60 m wide x 100 m long
Rolls 1,0 m wide x 50 m long 0,90 m wide x 100 m long

Further delivery formats:

  • Rolls:
    • 200 mm - 2000 mm wide
    • 10m long
    • diameter: approx. 650 mm
  • Blanks acc. to customer requirements
  • Bags acc. to customer requirements, also with self-adhesive closure seals



Highshield – bubble wrap

  • Shielding bubble wrap
  • Meets the requirements of DIN EN 61340-5-1
  • Three-layer foil structure
  • Outer side: HIGHSHIELD foil, glossy
  • Inner side: dissipative polyethylene foil, glossy
  • Weldable
  • Recyclable


Electrical properties

  Test Standard Typical values Demands
Surface resistance, Rs (inner and outer surfaces) DIN EN 61340-5-1, DIN EN 61340-2-3 10^¹°-10^¹¹ Ohm 10⁵ < Rs < 10^¹¹ Ohm, DIN EN 61340-5-1
Electrostatic shielding energy, E DIN EN 61340-5-1 < 5nJ < 50nJ, DIN EN 61340-5-1
Charge decay time DIN EN 61340-5-1, DIN EN 61340-2-1 < 1 Sek. < 2 Sek., DIN EN 61340-5-1