Ventilated Polythene Film

Our range of bespoke ventilated film includes:

Micro Perforated Film

Creates a breathable barrier often used for sweet corn

Macro Perforated Film

A mulch film with large perforations (often in diamond formation), allowing water in and letting excess heat escape

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Ventilated Mulch Film for greater Airflow

Our ventilated polythene film is designed to let your crops breathe by providing the airflow they need to ensure maximum quality and yield.

Traditional agricultural film is wrapped around the produce to ensure security and protection. Although this is an important aspect during transportation, these films have a tendency to smother the produce by denying a steady airflow.

Ventilated Mulch Film for greater Airflow

Bespoke Ventilated Film

All of our films can be produced to your exact specification or alternatively manufactured in one of our exclusive polythene materials which will give you the same strength and performance while reducing both your cost and carbon footprint.

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