Plasfilms’ SenzoZip

Re-closeable Zipper

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SenzoZip, a re-closable zipper, provides both sound and sensation when closing
SenzoZip, a re-closable zipper, provides both sound and sensation when closing

UK-based leading films distributor, Plasfilms, has recently announced the launch of a new innovation and addition to the Sanzip range of products, known as SenzoZip, a re-closable zipper that provides both sound and sensation when closing. The innovation combines both audible characteristics and tactile sensation together with an excellent inner holding force and easy close features. Through its unique features, SenzoZip not only provides unmatched security, it also offers consumers a convenient and pleasant experience when using the product. Available as a double or triple type zipper and manufactured in LDPE, SenzoZip has the potential to become the zipper of choice in reclosable bags and pouches.

Commenting on the new zipper, Plasfilms’ Stephen Harpham said, “This is the first zipper of its kind that provides feedback during closure. The user can actually feel and hear SenzoZIP, creating confidence and certainty in the mechanics of the closure operation.”Plasfilms are the sole UK distributor for the Sanzip re-closable zipper range,which are manufactured by CI Kasei,the leading Japanese manufacturer of re-closable zipper products. Sanzip isused throughout the world and is respected for its high quality and unique performance characteristics. Their existing portfolio consists of over 100 zip-per grades, which enable them to respond to a wide variety of applications.

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