What is a doy package?

What is a doy package?

The doy pouch is also known as a stand up pouch and is available in many sizes and shapes. Made from different materials such as PET, aluminium, LDPE, the doy pouches have a strong barrier to protect your food products during transport and storage.

How is a Doypack made?

Thimmonnier reports that today over 40 billion Doypack pouches are sold per year. According to Packaging Digest, “the basic Doyen design consists of two flat sheets sealed together along their sides, with a ‘W’ fold running along the bottom.

What is DOI pack?

Doy Pack is an alternative for plastic, tin, or glass packaging. Doy-Packs are characterized by their light weight, convenient storage and usage.

What is a doyen bag?

Doyen is a common bottom gusset style in which the u-shaped seal reinforces a large area of the pouch by sealing the front and back panels to the bottom gusset. It enables light weight products to stand up since the bottom seal acts as “feet” for the pouch.

What is pouch package?

Pouch bags are a form of flexible packaging. These are made either with several layers of aluminum, plastic and similar food grade materials. Pouch films are also known as standup bag, plastic pouch, or doy-pack.

Are doy packs recyclable?

The 100% recyclable and mono-material ETAMINE DU LYS doypack offers the guarantee of a more eco-responsible, plastic-saving packaging.

What is spout pouch?

Spout Pouches are quite prevalent as a packaging material across many industries, mainly for liquid & semi – liquid products. Ease of dispensing feature makes the spout pouches more applicable as compared to other options.

What is a K seal bag?

K-SEAL BOTTOM In this style, seals on both sides rise at 30-degree angles from the bag. This takes stress off the seals on either side of the package, and allows for additional volume.

Why is it called doy bag?

The Doypack is named after its French inventor Louis Doyen. Back in 1962, Louis Doyen was the managing director of a packaging factory in St. Germain au Mont d’Or, France. He investigated new ways to pack fruit juices and olives in a way that would keep the contents safe and preserved.

How do you fill a pouch?

4 Simple Steps:

  1. Set the flat iron, or household iron to a lower setting and adjust higher if needed*.
  2. Fill the bag with desired contents (avoid getting any product into zipper area and do not overfill the bag).
  3. Gently run your fingers across the zipper to close the bag securely.