Plastic sheeting

The requirements imposed on good plastic sheeting are becoming more and more demanding. VisscherHolland responds to these requirements in full, offering a full range from good standard plastic sheeting to highly oxygen-impermeable options.


What should you look out for when choosing plastic sheeting?

What can you look out for when choosing a plastic film? For successful forage conservation, the clamp must stabilise quickly. To achieve this, it must contain as little oxygen as possible. If the clamp is covered with a layer of sand, Megaleen plastic sheeting does the job perfectly. But if this is not the case, it is advisable to use highly oxygen-impermeable plastic sheeting.

Plastic sheeting with a very good price/quality ratio

Megaleen 150 plastic film is good standard plastic sheeting. Megaleen is made in three layers. The outer layers are made from high-quality materials and the middle layer from recycled materials, giving Megaleen 150 a very good price/quality ratio.

If you want thicker plastic sheeting, you should choose Megaleen 200. This plastic sheeting is thicker and stronger, and offers more protection in difficult conditions. Megaleen 200 also has two high-quality outer layers which provide additional protection from the sun.

Extra-strong plastic sheeting

MegaFlex plastic film goes one step further. This plastic film is thinner than standard plastic films but has a very high impact strength. As a result, it is very flexible and extra-strong. MegaFlex is a black and white film. The white exterior ensures that the film, and therefore the clamp, remains cooler.

5-layer plastic sheeting for top sealing

MegaplastPower plastic film – a top-of-the-range product from VisscherHolland. Thanks to its high oxygen impermeability, this agricultural film is perfect for sealing the top of the forage. MegaplastPower is a 5-layer film with a specific raw material composition which guarantees top quality. One layer consists of Metallocene, a raw material with high tensile strength and elasticity.

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