Bagging Film for Closed Molding, Vacuum Bagging and Out-of-Autoclave Processes
Bagging film is critical to the success of manufacturing parts with closed molding, vacuum bagging, and out-of-autoclave processes. At Aerovac, we offer a comprehensive range of bagging film products with features such as welded wide format or tailored shapes to reduce labor costs.
The Aerovac range of high-performance bagging films ensure precision, quality and efficiency. Our bagging films are available as roll stock or as engineered kits.
Aerovac Bagging Films are high quality, accessible, easy to customize and supported by experienced technical experts. From global facility locations, Aerovac’s research and development capability is focused on unique customer solutions. Whether it’s humidity resistance or tailored formatting to reduce labor costs, your needs are our priority.
Our Quickdraw films are embossed to eliminate the need for breather when debulking.
Bagging Film Product List
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Co-extruded film that is ideally suited to the wind energy and marine markets. Developed for improved handling and performance across a wide range of climates, including cold and dry conditions.
Red co-extruded film developed for use with prepreg during fabrication of hollow structures up to 320°F (160°C).
Clear high elongation film ideal for de-bulking applications and oven curing up to 248°F (120°C).
Yellow high strength, high elongation film for medium temperature applications up to 302°F (150°C), such as the production of large wind energy and marine components.
Blue tough co-extruded film ideal for use in production of large wind energy components with medium temperature epoxy prepregs up to 329°F (165°C).
Green co-extruded film ideal for wet lay up and infusion processes up to 248°F (120°C) such as marine and wind energy, compatible with most resin systems.
Beige cast PTFE film with high elongation at elevated temperatures, up to 600°F (315°C) and a chemical etch on one side to ensure good adhesion.
Coextruded multilayer film with asymmetric structure that is Ideal for thermoforming, especially where self release characteristics may be required. It is useful as a bladder material for hollow parts and can be used for cures up to 150°C (302°F) temperature.
Green multi-layer extruded film ideal for high temperature curing of aerospace composites, including some BMIs, up to 400°F (204°C).
Highly conformable, transparent, co-polymer film which will remain soft and pliable during cures up to 177°C (351°F). Suitable for use with complex tooling geometry.
Violet, tough but flexible co-extruded film ideal for use with medium temperature epoxy and phenolic prepregs up to 338°F (170°C).
High strength, high elongation mononylon vacuum bagging film rated up to 212°C/414°F. Ideally suited to aerospace and autoclave applications
Highly conformable co-polymer film that will remain soft and pliable in cures up to 135°C/275°F. Ideally suited to debulking and hot compaction applications.
Clear co-polymer film ideal for use with complex tooling geometry up to 350°F (177°C).
Pink multi-layer film ideal for high temperature autoclave cures of aerospace composites, including some BMIs, up to 400°F (204°C).
Pink multi-layer film ideal for high temperature autoclave cures of aerospace composites, up to 400°F (204°C).
Heat stabilized film with high elongation, suitable for high temperature (up to 419°F/215°C) autoclave curing of aerospace composites, including BMIs and for applications where softness is required.
VAC-PAK® HS 800
Gold, co-extruded PA film which is ideal for high temperature/pressure applications where softness and workability are essential, suitable for use up to 375°F (191°C).
VAC-PAK® HS 8171 6/66
Light blue-green, PA co-polymer film which remains pliable after extended cure cycles. Ideal for advanced composite fabrication and other high temperature/pressure cures up to 400°F (204°C).
Clear green, modified nylon film, tough with high elongation. Approved on various aerospace specifications for use up to 400°F (204°C).
Unique film, embossed to allow air evacuation in compaction or de-bulk vacuum bagging processes, without the need for breather fabric or release film.
Blue, modified nylon film with excellent elongation and heat ageing properties for use up to 450°F (232°C), approved on various aerospace specifications.
VAC-PAK® HT 620
Olive colored, high elongation film produced from PTFE resin with a chemically conditioned side to ensure good adhesion for use up to 620°F (326°C).
VAC-PAK® UHT 750
Amber polyimide film developed for use with high temperature thermoplastic matrix materials up to 800°F (426°C).
Amber polyimide film developed for use with high temperature thermoplastic matrix materials up to 752°F (400°C).
Co-polymer low temperature film which can be used for cures up to 250°F (121°C) whilst remaining soft and pliable. Engineered for use with most commonly used resin systems including phenolics.