Fibre Converters offers extrusion coating and laminating to produce polyethylene-coated paperboard. resin, typically various plastics, onto a substrate such as paperboard. This process applies a thin molten film of polyethylene to paperboard as either a coating or as an “adhesive” to laminate another ply of board, paper, foil, or scrim. Uses for poly-coated board commonly include liquid packaging, flexible packaging, military and industrial wrappings, transport packaging, moisture barriers, sack linings, medical/hygiene packaging and more. Our offerings include board weight substrates from .007″ to .040″, in widths up to 98″, coat weights of .7 to 2 mils, flame treated for bond, corona treated for printing or bonding, matte or gloss finish. Materials include: virgin or recycled kraft liner board and recycled board, either highly water resistant or plain chip; low to medium density polyethylene; clear and custom colors. Extrusion laminating of two substrates is also available.