Bio-hybrid nanocomposite coatings from polysaccharides and nanoclay

Jari Vartiainen, Tekla Tammelin, Jaakko Pere, Unto Tapper, Kalle Nättinen, Ali Harlin, Mikko Tuominen

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference article in proceedingsScientificpeer-review

2 Citations (Scopus)

Abstract

In recent years a lot of effort has been aimed at developing new bio-hybrid nanocomposite barrier packaging materials for foods. Nanocomposite films and coatings with improved properties were produced from nanoclay and polysaccharides such as ultrasonic dispersed chitosan and high pressure fluidized pectin. The intercalation of chitosan in the silicate layers was confirmed by the decrease of diffraction angles while the chitosan/nanoclay ratio increased. Nanocomposite films and multilayer coatings had improved barrier properties against oxygen, water vapor, grease and UV-light transmission. Oxygen transmission was significantly reduced under all humidity conditions. In dry conditions, over 99% reduction and at 80% relative humidity almost 75% reduction in oxygen transmission rates was obtained. All chitosan coating raw materials were "generally recognized as safe" (GRAS) and the calculated total migration was in all cases ≤ 6 mg/dm2, thus the coatings met the requirements set by the packaging legislation. Processing of the developed biohybrid nanocomposite coated materials was safe as the amounts of released particles under rubbing conditions were comparable to the particle concentrations in a normal office environment. Nanoclay-pectin hybrid film formation and high shear induced orientation of nanoclay platelets were investigated by means of model surfaces which were prepared using high shear spincoating. After fluidization, the nanoclay formed uniform and laterally oriented stacks consisting of approximately 15 individual nanoclay layers. Pectin films with different nanoclay concentrations were prepared by casting. Nanocomposite films made of pectin and nanoclay showed improved barrier properties against oxygen and water vapor. Films were also totally impermeable to grease. The developed bio-hybrid nanocomposite packaging materials can be potentially exploited as a safe and environmentally sound alternative for synthetic barrier packaging materials.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationProceedings of the 17th IAPRI World Conference on Packaging
PublisherCurran Associates Inc.
Pages54-57
ISBN (Print)978-161782831-7, 978-1-935068-36-5
Publication statusPublished - 2010
MoE publication typeA4 Article in a conference publication
Event17th IAPRI World Conference on Packaging - Tianjin, China
Duration: 12 Oct 201015 Oct 2010

Conference

Conference17th IAPRI World Conference on Packaging
CountryChina
CityTianjin
Period12/10/1015/10/10

Fingerprint

Chitosan
Packaging materials
Nanocomposite films
Polysaccharides
Nanocomposites
Oxygen
Coatings
Steam
Lubricating greases
Atmospheric humidity
Coated materials
Silicates
Fluidization
Intercalation
Platelets
Ultraviolet radiation
Packaging
Raw materials
Multilayers
Casting

Keywords

  • Barrier
  • chitosan
  • coating
  • film
  • nanocomposite
  • nanoclay
  • montmorillonite
  • packaging
  • pectin

Cite this

Vartiainen, J., Tammelin, T., Pere, J., Tapper, U., Nättinen, K., Harlin, A., & Tuominen, M. (2010). Bio-hybrid nanocomposite coatings from polysaccharides and nanoclay. In Proceedings of the 17th IAPRI World Conference on Packaging (pp. 54-57). Curran Associates Inc..
Vartiainen, Jari ; Tammelin, Tekla ; Pere, Jaakko ; Tapper, Unto ; Nättinen, Kalle ; Harlin, Ali ; Tuominen, Mikko. / Bio-hybrid nanocomposite coatings from polysaccharides and nanoclay. Proceedings of the 17th IAPRI World Conference on Packaging. Curran Associates Inc., 2010. pp. 54-57
@inproceedings{42d705833ae341e98a37fad40d14c790,
title = "Bio-hybrid nanocomposite coatings from polysaccharides and nanoclay",
abstract = "In recent years a lot of effort has been aimed at developing new bio-hybrid nanocomposite barrier packaging materials for foods. Nanocomposite films and coatings with improved properties were produced from nanoclay and polysaccharides such as ultrasonic dispersed chitosan and high pressure fluidized pectin. The intercalation of chitosan in the silicate layers was confirmed by the decrease of diffraction angles while the chitosan/nanoclay ratio increased. Nanocomposite films and multilayer coatings had improved barrier properties against oxygen, water vapor, grease and UV-light transmission. Oxygen transmission was significantly reduced under all humidity conditions. In dry conditions, over 99{\%} reduction and at 80{\%} relative humidity almost 75{\%} reduction in oxygen transmission rates was obtained. All chitosan coating raw materials were {"}generally recognized as safe{"} (GRAS) and the calculated total migration was in all cases ≤ 6 mg/dm2, thus the coatings met the requirements set by the packaging legislation. Processing of the developed biohybrid nanocomposite coated materials was safe as the amounts of released particles under rubbing conditions were comparable to the particle concentrations in a normal office environment. Nanoclay-pectin hybrid film formation and high shear induced orientation of nanoclay platelets were investigated by means of model surfaces which were prepared using high shear spincoating. After fluidization, the nanoclay formed uniform and laterally oriented stacks consisting of approximately 15 individual nanoclay layers. Pectin films with different nanoclay concentrations were prepared by casting. Nanocomposite films made of pectin and nanoclay showed improved barrier properties against oxygen and water vapor. Films were also totally impermeable to grease. The developed bio-hybrid nanocomposite packaging materials can be potentially exploited as a safe and environmentally sound alternative for synthetic barrier packaging materials.",
keywords = "Barrier, chitosan, coating, film, nanocomposite, nanoclay, montmorillonite, packaging, pectin",
author = "Jari Vartiainen and Tekla Tammelin and Jaakko Pere and Unto Tapper and Kalle N{\"a}ttinen and Ali Harlin and Mikko Tuominen",
year = "2010",
language = "English",
isbn = "978-161782831-7",
pages = "54--57",
booktitle = "Proceedings of the 17th IAPRI World Conference on Packaging",
publisher = "Curran Associates Inc.",
address = "United States",

}

Vartiainen, J, Tammelin, T, Pere, J, Tapper, U, Nättinen, K, Harlin, A & Tuominen, M 2010, Bio-hybrid nanocomposite coatings from polysaccharides and nanoclay. in Proceedings of the 17th IAPRI World Conference on Packaging. Curran Associates Inc., pp. 54-57, 17th IAPRI World Conference on Packaging, Tianjin, China, 12/10/10.

Bio-hybrid nanocomposite coatings from polysaccharides and nanoclay. / Vartiainen, Jari; Tammelin, Tekla; Pere, Jaakko; Tapper, Unto; Nättinen, Kalle; Harlin, Ali; Tuominen, Mikko.

Proceedings of the 17th IAPRI World Conference on Packaging. Curran Associates Inc., 2010. p. 54-57.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference article in proceedingsScientificpeer-review

TY - GEN

T1 - Bio-hybrid nanocomposite coatings from polysaccharides and nanoclay

AU - Vartiainen, Jari

AU - Tammelin, Tekla

AU - Pere, Jaakko

AU - Tapper, Unto

AU - Nättinen, Kalle

AU - Harlin, Ali

AU - Tuominen, Mikko

PY - 2010

Y1 - 2010

N2 - In recent years a lot of effort has been aimed at developing new bio-hybrid nanocomposite barrier packaging materials for foods. Nanocomposite films and coatings with improved properties were produced from nanoclay and polysaccharides such as ultrasonic dispersed chitosan and high pressure fluidized pectin. The intercalation of chitosan in the silicate layers was confirmed by the decrease of diffraction angles while the chitosan/nanoclay ratio increased. Nanocomposite films and multilayer coatings had improved barrier properties against oxygen, water vapor, grease and UV-light transmission. Oxygen transmission was significantly reduced under all humidity conditions. In dry conditions, over 99% reduction and at 80% relative humidity almost 75% reduction in oxygen transmission rates was obtained. All chitosan coating raw materials were "generally recognized as safe" (GRAS) and the calculated total migration was in all cases ≤ 6 mg/dm2, thus the coatings met the requirements set by the packaging legislation. Processing of the developed biohybrid nanocomposite coated materials was safe as the amounts of released particles under rubbing conditions were comparable to the particle concentrations in a normal office environment. Nanoclay-pectin hybrid film formation and high shear induced orientation of nanoclay platelets were investigated by means of model surfaces which were prepared using high shear spincoating. After fluidization, the nanoclay formed uniform and laterally oriented stacks consisting of approximately 15 individual nanoclay layers. Pectin films with different nanoclay concentrations were prepared by casting. Nanocomposite films made of pectin and nanoclay showed improved barrier properties against oxygen and water vapor. Films were also totally impermeable to grease. The developed bio-hybrid nanocomposite packaging materials can be potentially exploited as a safe and environmentally sound alternative for synthetic barrier packaging materials.

AB - In recent years a lot of effort has been aimed at developing new bio-hybrid nanocomposite barrier packaging materials for foods. Nanocomposite films and coatings with improved properties were produced from nanoclay and polysaccharides such as ultrasonic dispersed chitosan and high pressure fluidized pectin. The intercalation of chitosan in the silicate layers was confirmed by the decrease of diffraction angles while the chitosan/nanoclay ratio increased. Nanocomposite films and multilayer coatings had improved barrier properties against oxygen, water vapor, grease and UV-light transmission. Oxygen transmission was significantly reduced under all humidity conditions. In dry conditions, over 99% reduction and at 80% relative humidity almost 75% reduction in oxygen transmission rates was obtained. All chitosan coating raw materials were "generally recognized as safe" (GRAS) and the calculated total migration was in all cases ≤ 6 mg/dm2, thus the coatings met the requirements set by the packaging legislation. Processing of the developed biohybrid nanocomposite coated materials was safe as the amounts of released particles under rubbing conditions were comparable to the particle concentrations in a normal office environment. Nanoclay-pectin hybrid film formation and high shear induced orientation of nanoclay platelets were investigated by means of model surfaces which were prepared using high shear spincoating. After fluidization, the nanoclay formed uniform and laterally oriented stacks consisting of approximately 15 individual nanoclay layers. Pectin films with different nanoclay concentrations were prepared by casting. Nanocomposite films made of pectin and nanoclay showed improved barrier properties against oxygen and water vapor. Films were also totally impermeable to grease. The developed bio-hybrid nanocomposite packaging materials can be potentially exploited as a safe and environmentally sound alternative for synthetic barrier packaging materials.

KW - Barrier

KW - chitosan

KW - coating

KW - film

KW - nanocomposite

KW - nanoclay

KW - montmorillonite

KW - packaging

KW - pectin

UR - https://www.scopus.com/inward/record.uri?eid=2-s2.0-79960876288&partnerID=40&md5=c7d0f7b498719e7576a44c15da4b3aec

M3 - Conference article in proceedings

SN - 978-161782831-7

SN - 978-1-935068-36-5

SP - 54

EP - 57

BT - Proceedings of the 17th IAPRI World Conference on Packaging

PB - Curran Associates Inc.

ER -

Vartiainen J, Tammelin T, Pere J, Tapper U, Nättinen K, Harlin A et al. Bio-hybrid nanocomposite coatings from polysaccharides and nanoclay. In Proceedings of the 17th IAPRI World Conference on Packaging. Curran Associates Inc. 2010. p. 54-57