LDPE (Low Density Polyethylene)
LOW DENSITY POLYETHYLENE (LDPE)
(LDPE) is a material described as a thermoplastic material made from the monomer ethylene. Polyethylene produced in 1933 by Imperial Chemical Industries (ICI) using the high pressure process through this free radical polymerization is defined as the highest quality low density polyethylene. It takes its name from ethylene in monomer form, and polyethylene is produced using ethylene. In the plastic industry, it is generally used as PE for short.
Polyethylene is classified according to various categories based on density and chemical properties. Its mechanical properties depend on molecular weight, crystal structure and branching type.
The density of LDPE varies between 0.910 - 0.930 g / cm3, it is amorphous, flexible, very resistant to rupture and is not affected by chemicals due to the long branching in the polymer chains. Its maximum usable temperature is 80 ° C. Melting temperature is 120 ° C.
• Wide range of mechanical properties, Chemical resistance, Electrical strength, Resistance to fatigue, Flame retardancy, Price performance ratio.
SCOPE OF APPLICATION
• It is used in the production of heavy duty bags, Film production, Paper coatings, Barrel, Toy, Garbage bag, Electrical insulation, Bottle production.
|Ürün Kodu||Ürün Cinsi ||Yoğunluk||Nem||Kül İçeriği||Akışkanlık ||Ambalaj Şekli|
(90°C - 4 min)
(600°C - 3 h)
(Melt Flow Rate)
(190°C - 2,16 kg)
|AS-LDPE-||Regranules ||0,910-0,940 g/cm³|
|1,97 g/10min||1200-2000 Kg Bigbags|
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