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Heat Shrink Bags - pk 100 -14 x 24" - 45 Micron
Poultry Farm Equipment - Shrink Bags - pk 100 -14 x 24" - 45 Micron

Our Price: $85.99

Product Code: 232445100

Plastic Poultry and Freezer Bags, clear food-grade HEAT SHRINK bags. Shrink Bags - pk 100 -14 x 24" - 45 Micron.

Use for chickens/poultry 12 - 20 lbs

Our Plastic Shrink bags are suitable for a wide range of applications including fresh and frozen meats, poultry, cooked meats and food, cheese and seafood.

Heavy gauge – 95 microns for extra strength and very high puncture to protect bone in meats.

Our shrink bags are 100% chlorine and PVDC free. By using modern technologies and resin the bags use significantly less plastic without compromising performance and still meet CFIA (Canadian Food Inspection Agency) specifications.

Key Features:

Barrier: Good barrier properties to reduce weight loss and extend product shelf life.

Clarity and transparency: Superior clarity to enhance product appeal – no yellow tint

Sealability: High seal strength across a wide range of temperatures.

Puncture Resistance: Strength and durability to protect food product.

Eco- friendly packaging: 100% chlorine and Saran (PVDC) free.

Kosher approved


Dip in hot water – 185 – 195 F, or 85 to 90 C for 2.5 to 3 seconds and remove.


Keep in a cool and dry place, far from any source of heat and direct sunlight. The recommended temperature for storage is between 4 and 24 C (40 to 75F).

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Average Rating: 4.5 of 5 Total Reviews: 2 Write a review »

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Processing Bags November 24, 2017
Reviewer: William Russett from Dunrobin, ON Canada  
Larger bags for my chickens.  Very easy to bag and shrink.  Makes for a much better presentation and freezer life.

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Too short for what I needed November 21, 2017
Reviewer: Dave Stobie from Desbarats, ON Canada  
16" x 24" would be better for the turkeys

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