Aseptic packaging base board is a high-grade paper material designed and manufactured for aseptic packaging, mainly used to produce multi-layer aseptic packaging materials. Aseptic packaging materials are made through a high-tech laminating process, combining a variety of different materials, such as paper, plastic film (e.g. polyethylene), aluminum foil, etc. to form a multi-layer structure, to achieve high barrier, a septicity and resistance requirements.


  1. A septicity guarantee: the raw paper of aseptic package needs to go through strict sterilization during the production process to ensure that it does not contain any harmful microorganisms, and at the same time, it can effectively prevent the invasion of external microorganisms.
  2. High barrier performance: base paper has certain barrier properties and when processed into a composite material, it will ensure that the food or medicine inside the package will be kept for a long time at room temperature without deterioration.
  3. Environmentally friendly and recyclable: Although the complex composite structure increases the difficulty of recycling, with technological advances, some aseptic packs are made of biodegradable or easy-to-recycle materials to achieve sustainable development.
  4. Lightweight and Durable: Due to its tough texture and light weight, it is suitable for large-scale rapid transport and distribution, and at the same time can withstand a certain degree of pressure and impact to protect the internal products from damage.


Aseptic packaging base board is widely used in food, medicine and other industries that require high hygienic conditions, such as:

  • Food industry: aseptic packaging of milk, juice, tea, and other liquid food, to ensure that the product does not need to add preservatives, at room temperature shelf life of up to several months to a year.
  • Pharmaceutical industry: aseptic packaging for disposable medical supplies, injections, powders, instruments, etc., to ensure that medical supplies are always sterile before use.
  • Other fields: such as cosmetics and personal care products may also use aseptic packs of raw paper for packaging to ensure product safety and avoid secondary pollution caused by packaging.