- Retaining its toughness at low temperatures, this easy-to-weld material has good electrical/dielectric and insulating properties, as well as low steam permeability.
- Used for fabricated parts that require chemical and corrosion resistance, extremely flexible low-density polyethylene doesn't absorb moisture, and is lightweight and easy to clean. With a tensile strength of 1400 psi, it can also be used for impact pads and thermoforming applications.
- Featuring outstanding optical clarity, mechanical strength, consistent printability, and ease of processing, this material is compatible with conventional solvent-based inks, many UV-curing inks, water-based inks, and infrared curing inks. It can be used in a wide range of thermoforming applications, including vacuum, pressure, embossing, matched metal, hydroforming, drape, thermal, and pressure-assist forming.
- Polypropylene has excellent electrical properties and little or no moisture absorption. It carries light loads for a long period in widely varying temperatures. It can be machined into parts requiring chemical or corrosion resistance such as food packaging, laboratory equipment, automotive components, valves, and fittings.
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