Taking the guesswork out of drug-sealant interactions.
Transdermal packaging is complex due to the strict requirements that each package must meet in order to protect the product inside. Chemical resistance and low package-to-product interactions are a key requirement for primary packaging in the transdermal market. Transdermal packages are designed to ensure there is minimal transfer of active product into the sealant as well as low leachables from the sealant to the product.
Bemis Healthcare Packaging has developed a scientific way to predict a drug’s interaction with the sealant layer of the packaging material. We have brought together our leading scientists in Chemical, Material, & Package Engineering to design a family of sealant technologies engineered to meet the demanding requirements for transdermal patches. Our scientists have taken a theoretical, analytical and practical application approach to understanding the solubility and diffusion characteristics of drugs. Through advanced modeling techniques, we have developed an understanding of how drugs interact with a sealant layer of a film, and we can confidently recommend a one-to-one solution for your specific transdermal drug application.
Take the guesswork out of finding the proper package sealant for your drug/excipient. Work with the company that can scientifically demonstrate to you what sealant layer is the correct one for your drug. Work with the leader in science inspired packaging solutions, Bemis.