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  • PE Protective Film For Plastic Plate
    PE Protective Film For Plastic Plate Our specially developed protective film designs withstand the rigorous fabrication processes such as sawing, drilling, cutting, routing, bending and thermoforming; whilst ensuring the quality expectations of your products Product specification Product: PE Protective Film For Plastic Plate Thickness: 0.045-0.08mm / 55-80mic Length: Maximum 1000…
  • PE Protective Film For PET / PVC Sheets
    PE Protective Film For PET / PVC Sheets YESLA offers adhesive-free protection film systems for plastic sheets which can be thermoformed. These high-quality films guarantee a correspondingly high level of adhesion both before and during thermoforming. Following exposure to heat, the adhesive properties are reduced to a low level for…
  • PE Protective Film For PC Sheets
    PE Protective Film For PC Sheets CO-EXTRUDED PROTECTIVE FILMS (Because of its smooth surface, PC sheet mostly masking co-extruded protective film.) The self-adhesive polyethylene cast extruded films cover a wide range of plastic surfaces. These films are precisely engineered consisting of several layers with very specific properties. Such films are…
  • PMMA / Acrylic Sheets LDPE Protective Film
    PMMA / Acrylic Sheets LDPE Protective Film We deliver a variety of solutions for standard applications such as PMMA, ABS or PS-based sheets. Specialised applications are covered too! Thermoforming, vacuum moulding and specialised deep drawing processing are included, optical grades with the highest visual quality standards are covered.   ADHESIVE-COATED…
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Low-density linear polyethylene

LLDPE is structurally identical to LDPE. LLDPE is created by copolymerizing 1-butene with 1-hexene and 1-octene using Ziegler Naatta or metallocene catalysts. Although the structure is linear, it also has uniform branches. These are similar to the long branches in LDPE. LLDPE is comparable to LDPE in terms of properties and can compete for the same markets. LLDPE has two main advantages: the polymerization conditions require less energy and the polymer's properties can be modified by changing the chemical ingredients. LLDPE's plastic recycling code is 4.

HDPE is high-density polyethylene. It's manufactured at low temperatures using Ziegler–Natta and metallocene catalysts or activated chrome oxide (also known as a Phillips catalyst). Because there are no branches in the structure, polymer chains can pack tightly together to form a dense, high-crystalline material with moderate strength and stiffness. It has a melting point of more than 20 degrees Celsius (36 degrees F) higher than LDPE and can withstand repeated exposures to 120 degrees Celsius (250°F) in order to sterilize. Blow-molded bottles for milk, household cleaners, construction film and agricultural mulch are some of the products. Injection-molded pails and caps, as well as appliance housings and toys, are also available.

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