Linear Low Density Polyethylene (LLDPE)
Linear Low Density Polyethylene, or LLDPE, is considered as one of the most widely used thermoplastics, with a total worldwide production of around 25 million tons per year.
LLDPE resins can be tailored to be used in many film applications including stretch, food packaging and industrial films.
LLDPE allows the use of minimal quantities and gauges in film applications while still delivering functional acceptable structures.
In particular, LLDPE applications play a critical role towards food conservation and allow significant energy savings. LLDPE is increasingly being recycled around the globe. As a thermoplastic material, LLDPE maintains its base properties when properly recycled.
Thanks to its versatility, LLDPE is a popular polymer enabling a modern and sustainable lifestyle for millions of people around the planet.
- Very tough
- Good chemical resistance
- Low water absorption
- Easily processed by most methods
- Low cost
- High gloss
- Artificial grass
- Carrier bags
- Heavy duty sacks
- General packaging
- Stretch cling film
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