Tyvek is a specialty substrate (nonwoven) made from very fine high-density polyethylene fibers.
These fibers are flashspun, then laid as a web on a moving bed before being bonded together by
heat and pressure. The resulting sheet of material is then converted for a multitude of uses in
envelopes and packaging, construction, protective garments, medical packaging, graphics, bags,
wallets, tags and labels. This unique process does not require binders or additives, so Tyvek can be
recycled after its use.
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