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Low density polyethylene

Low density polyethylene (0,915-0,935 g/cm³) is characterized by very good  impact strength and flexibility even at low temperatures. It shows good chemical resistance. LDPE is used in blown molded parts.

LDPE Total

Grade Characteristics Typical application
1070 MN 18C Melt Flow Index 7,5 g/10 min (2,16 kg-230°C) Grade adapted to the production of flexible parts with a high production rate.
Caps, closures, lids, household items, master-batches
1200 MN 18C Melt Flow Index 22 g/10 min (2,16 kg-230°C) Injection molding of flexible elements, handles, clousers, houseware, toys. Masterbatches.
1700 MN 18 C Melt Flow Index 70 g/10 min (2,16 kg-230°C) Very high speed injection moulding of flexible elements. Master-batches.
LA 0710 Melt Flow Index 7,5 g/10 min (2,16 kg-230°C).
Available also for medical applications.
Recommended for coating of paper, paperboard, aluminium. Compounding.
1022 FN 24 Melt Flow Index 2,3 g/10 min (2,16 kg-230°C).
Available also for medical applications
Lamination and co-extrusion film. Food packaging, hygienic packaging, bags.
FE 8000
FE 8004
Melt Flow Index 0,8 g/10 min (2,16 kg-230°C).
LDPE FE 8004 is a slip and anti-block formulated grade.
Industrial, food or hygienic packaging such as collation shrink, lamination and coextrusion film.
LD 0304 Melt Flow Index 4 g/10 min (2,16 kg-230°C).
Available also for medical applications.
Recommended for coating of paper, paperboard, aluminium. Injection moulding of small parts.