4.5 Mil Angle Heat Sealed Cook Chill Bag (3 Sizes Available)
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4.5 Mil Angle Heat Sealed Cook Chill Bags are available in 3 sizes:
½ Gallon 10" x 18" - 600 bags/ case ~ (3-5 lbs est. wt.) $180.00 1-Gallon 10" x 24" - 500 bags/ case~ (8-10 lbs est. wt.) $175.00 2-Gallon 10" x 30" - 400 bags/ case ~ (15-18 lbs est. wt.)$160.00
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ANGLE HEAT SEAL BAGS Angle Heat Seal Bags offer significant cooling, storage and shipping advantages over clipped casings, and the angled design helps to minimize any residual food from being retained in the corners of the bag when emptying.
Because the bags lay flat, they can be stacked in a cooler or box maximizing storage space. The flat design allows maximum surface content with chilled water or air during cooling to ensure that the product reaches 40º F or less in the time window required to meet food safety guidelines.
THE PLASCON DIFFERENCE
Plascon manufactures high performance, co-extruded,state of the art 7-layer cook chill bags at our Traverse City, Michigan manufacturing plant.The films are made with oxygen and moisture barriers to provide better flavor protection. Our cook chill bags were developed specifically for packaging of kettle-cooked foods pumped directly into the bag, chilled or froze, stored, distributed, and reheated in the bag. Superior strength enables the bags to withstand temperature extremes ranging from 212° F to -20° F. Neither the rapid temperature drop, nor prolonged frozen storage effect bag strength.
Longer Product Life: Plascon's materials are designed as oxygen and moisture barriers to provide increased protection of flavors. The low rate of gas transmission safeguards volatile flavor components throughout distribution.
Superior Durability: The material is designed to easily withstand the rigors of handling and distribution. Tears are extremely difficult to initiate or propagate. Its toughness permits the filled bag to be tumbled inside the chiller without danger of rupture. The bag resists hydraulic pressures exerted by packaged liquids during transportation.
Positive Closure: Casing is pre-clipped or sealed on one end. After filling, the open end is then closed with a clip or impulse sealer. A contents label with code dating can be attached to the clip or affixed to the bag itself.
Improved Sanitation: From the time they are placed in the kettle for cooking, foods are untouched. They can be pumped directly into the bag at above pasteurization temperature, which assures greater protection against bacteria.
Sensible Storage Options-smaller, more convenient, stackable pouches as compared to #10 cans
Sterile Environment - Eliminate the risk of sharp edges and metal clips falling into food
Cost Efficient Packaging - lower per bag cost compared to #10 cans and clipped casings
Minimal Inventory Storage - sealed bags optimize inventory by using 75% less space than clipped casings