What is a Tyvek® Envelope?
Find out why envelope mailers – like building and construction companies – trust Tyvek® to keep the elements out.
- Distinct look and feel stands out in the mailbox.
- Frequently used for catalog, insurance and heavy document mailings.
- Envelope can be recycled after use.
- Lightweight and easy to print.
Cut Postage While Protecting Your Documents
Lightweight and sturdy. Elegant yet virtually indestructible. Tyvek® envelopes hold up in even the most rigorous of mailing conditions, keeping the elements out and your important contents safely inside. A lighter alternative to traditional paper envelopes, Tyvek® envelopes can cut postage rates when mailing your heaviest, most important documents.
DuPont is the sole producer of Tyvek®, a sheet material made from spun-bonded polyolefin fibers. It is not a paper, but a plastic with long fibers that give it exceptional strength and tear resistance.
- Perfect for bulky mailings – Tyvek’s® combined quality of being lightweight and high strength appeals to organizations that have frequent mailings of bulky materials, often in the insurance, financial or legal industry.
- Lightweight – A Tyvek® envelope weighing half as much as a comparable Kraft envelope will easily handle twice as much material.
- Recyclable – Current Tyvek® material is completely recyclable and contains an average of 10 percent post-industrial content.
Tyvek® is easily recognized by its distinguished look and feel. But don’t let its lightweight appearance fool you. Tyvek® envelopes provide a barrier that a paper envelope cannot. Water and moisture resistant, tear and puncture resistant, you can trust Tyvek® to deliver. With the highest durability, tear-resistance and moisture-resistance ratings, choose a Tyvek® envelope for your heavy mailings. Try to tear a Tyvek® envelope – we bet you can’t!