Our Flecobags are made from proprietary Flecofilm materials in Cleanroom Class ISO 7, which is specially developed for applications in the pharmaceutical industry as well as fine chemicals, food and cosmetics.

Our Flecobag Cleanroom Bag are thus ideal for use as primary or secondary packaging. They are used for filling both solid and semi-solid materials such as API, granules, tablets and capsules, as well as medical items such as cartridges, filters, hoses, and more. Excellent welding properties make it possible for Flecobags to be manufactured with a welded-on Flecotric Tri Clamp connection upon request (standard connection options in pharmaceutical and chemical industries), making them ideal for material transfer under laboratory and cleanroom conditions.

Available in sizes from a few milliliters up to 100 liters. Bespoke production with fast delivery times is now also possible.



Each delivery of pharmaceutical packaging film comes with a 3.1 inspection certificate in accordance with DIN EN 1024:2005. In addition to the IR spectrum, we inspect the dimensions, thicknesses, seams, and antistatic properties of the materials.


We are certified according to DIN ISO 15378 and DIN ISO 90001 and our Flecobags are made using: 

Flecofilm DL, a pharmaceutical grade polyethylene film with the following approvals:

  • EUR Pharmacopeia 3.1.3. and 3.1.5.
  • USP <88>, in vivo reactivity testing
  • USP <661>, physiochemical testing

Flecotric, an HDPE/POM blend in accordance with BS 4825-3/ISO 2852.

Please contact us for personalized assistance. We are happy to advise you about the optimal pharmaceutical containment solution for your needs.



Flecozip bags and the Flecofilm DL material from which they are made are suitable for use in explosion-prone zones 20, 21 and 22 (hazardous dust). These products are also suitable for use in gas explosion-prone zones 1 and 2. As long as no especially electrostatic-generating processes are taking place, this suitability includes environments in which gas or steam materials from explosion groups IIA and IIB mix with air.