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Industrial Film & Sheeting

Over the past 60 years, Raven Engineered Films has established a notable reputation for manufacturing and supplying high-quality flexible films and sheeting. Our state-of-the-art manufacturing facilities, in addition to years of product design experience, are directly reflected in the quality and value of our end products. This has enabled us to offer a wide range of product solutions, each designed to meet our customer's needs, in addition to our standard line of non-reinforced and fiber reinforced laminated products. Our expertise in formulating products to meet specific performance parameters is second to none; we are available to work closely with you, and we will help tackle your most challenging project requirements. 


Our driven product development team consists of design engineers, R&D and process technicians, and principle scientists with vast experience in the design and development of polymer materials. We are capable of designing up to 9-layer, multi-layer structure films from ultra-thin 0.30 mil, to heavy grade 80 mil thick and up to 40' wide large master rolls. Our experience with critical-mission film design dates back to our early years when we pioneered an innovative ultra-thin film for the construction of high-altitude research balloons for NASA. To date, we have developed many complex film formulations to meet specific customer and industry standards. Simply bring us your requirements, such as barrier properties, heat seal ability, tear resistance, impact strength, chemical resistance, or any other critical properties, and we will tailor a product to meet your expectations. Raven is a first choice in quality through our impressive technology solutions center, an accredited laboratory, the latest in testing equipment (GAI-LAP Accredited), and state-of-the-art pilot extrusion lines to design and build your product from start to finish.

A vital part of product performance is quality raw materials. We process prime resins and additives (including LDPE, LLDPE, MDPE, HDPE, EVA, PP, NYLON, EVOH, TPO and METALLOCENE based resins), controlling every aspect and providing the ultimate in flexibility for film and sheeting design and overall product function.

Our products are designed to provide quality solutions at a competitive price. All Raven products developed and produced in our Sioux Falls, SD, Madison, SD; Brandon, SD; and Midland, TX facility are manufactured in a quality-controlled environment under our stringent ISO 9001 certified management system to assure we achieve complete customer satisfaction and continuous improvement in all phases of our business. Our recently acquired facility located in Pleasanton, TX is operationally compliant with our internal quality control standards and is targeted to start preparation in attaining ISO 9001 certification.

Below are some applications where we have designed custom solutions for various market needs, from OEM manufacturing process films to barrier flexi-tubing for the transportation of fine wines, oils and many other delicate cargos that need protection from oxygen and contaminants during transport. Barrier flexi-tubing is also a reliable solution for transporting many types of chemicals that require sealed containment and can easily be fabricated by OEM manufacturers to comply with their current specifications. Feel free to contact us at efdsales@ravenind.com with any questions, or submit a Design New Product request to obtain information on a specific product or project requirement. 

Common Industrial Application

  • OEM Flexitubing
  • Converter Films
  • Packaging Films
  • Carpet Pad Facings
  • Conductive Films
  • Gas & Oxygen Barriers
  • Moisture Retarders
  • Containment Tubes
  • Fumigation Films
  • Custom Formulated Films
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August 1st
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March 3rd
What are the latest trends in flexible packaging? Biggest challenges? Anticipated change in sales? We wanted to know, so we partnered with BNP Media’s market research division in an effort to better understand the current state of the industry.