• production process of EPE

    production process of EPE

    EPE (ExpandableClimatic Tests) is a removable polyethylene, also known as pearl wool.  Non-crosslinked closed cell structure, it is a high foam polyethylene product produced by extrusion of low density polyethylene (LDPE) as the main raw material. EPE has high elasticity and white appearance.  Be...
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  • LDPE production process

    LDPE production process

    Low density polyethylene (LDPE) is polymerized ethylene as the polymerization monomer, peroxide as the initiator, the thermoplastic resin obtained by free radical polymerization reaction, the molecular weight is generally in 100000~500000, the density is 0.91~0.93g/cm3, is the lightest variety of...
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  • HDPE/LDPE blending foaming material

    HDPE/LDPE blending foaming material

     HDPE/LDPE blending foaming material, its raw material forms, and counts by weight, Total number of HDPE and LDPE 100 parts Linking agent 0.5 part Ac whipping agent 3-10 part Zinc oxide 1-2 part Stearic acid 0.5 part Antioxidant 1010 0.1 part Mineral filler 3-15 part, Wherein, the weight ratio of...
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  • Melt flow index of low-density polyethylene

    Melt flow index of low-density polyethylene

    Melt flow index of low-density polyethylene determination based on molecular weight and branching properties The MFI value quoted on many datasheets refers to the amount of polymer that is extruded through a known given orifice (die) and expressed as quantity in g/10 mins or for Melt Volume Rate ...
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  • PE (Polyethylene)

    PE (Polyethylene)

    Polyethylene is the most widely-consumed thermoplastic in the world by volume. We produce three types of polyethylene, namely HDPE, LDPE and LLDPE where: a) HDPE products are characterised by greater toughness and superior mechanical strength, coupled with higher service...
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  • High-Density Polyethylene Films

    High-Density Polyethylene Films

    Properties High density polyethylene or HDPE is a low cost, milky white, semi-translucent thermoplastic. It is flexible but more rigid and stronger than LDPE and has good impact strength and superior puncture resistance. Like LDPE, i...
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