Block Bottom Gusset Bags

Bottom block gusset stand-up bags look sharp on the shelf and are great for packaging a wide variety of products like whole bean coffee or ground coffee. These bottom gusset stand-up pouch bags combine the functionality of a standup pouch with the benefits of a side gusset bag. Our wholesale block bottom bags are considered to be high barrier packaging bags.

  • Flat Bottom Pouches / Quad Seal Pouches Bottom Block Pouches
  • Bottom gusset stand-up pouches are offered with or without a degassing valve
  • Combines the functionality of a standup pouch with the benefits of a side gusset bag
  • Many color varieties to choose from.

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Materials Used To Make Block Bottom Pouches:

Below is a list of the different types and layers of films used to create our gusset block bottom stand-up barrier pouches. Choosing the correct materials ensure you get the needed barrier protection when packaging your product(s). If you need help, please call our sales staff at 1-800-820-4722 Monday through Friday between the hours of 8 am and 5 pm eastern standard time.

  • MBOPP: Heat-sealable metalized biaxially oriented polypropylene film. The base material is BOPP with double heat-sealing layers, aluminum metalized on corona treated side, and another side is a heat-sealing layer.
  • PET: Polyester, (Polyethylene Terephthalate): Tough, temperature-resistant polymer. Biaxially oriented PET film is used in laminates for packaging, where it provides strength, stiffness, and temperature resistance. It is usually combined with other films for heat-seal ability and improved barrier properties.
  • ALU:  Foil (AL or ALU): A thin gauge (6-12 microns) aluminum foil laminated to plastic films to provide maximum oxygen, aroma, and water vapor barrier properties. Although it is by far the best barrier material, it is increasingly being replaced by metalized films, (see MET-PET, MET-OPP, and VMPET) because of cost.
  • LLDPE: Linear low-density polyethylene. Tougher than LDPE and has better heat seal strength but has a higher haze.
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