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What is HDPE (High Density Polyethylen) ?

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Weakly branched polymer chains, therefore low density between 0.940 g/cm³ and 0.970 g/cm³ ("HD" stands for "high density"). Matt surface; high strength at low strengths, crackling/rustling effect. Great tensile and tear strength. Due to its minimal flexibility and vapor permeability, it is mainly used in spray film extrusion. Stiffer and more sizzling to the touch than LDPE films. HDPE is not shrinkable. The melting point is 128 to 136°C. Temperature resistant from -50°C to +100C. This Polyethylen is not used by us.

Other properties:

WATER VAPOR PERMEABILITY PE

OXYGEN PERMEABILITY PE