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High Density Polyethylene – HDPE

Material description

HDPE (High Density Polyethylene), part of the polyolefin family of materials, is a semi-crystalline thermoplastic material, with a continuous use temperature range of -50° F (-46° C) to 180° F (82° C). It is categorized as a standard material, and offers high impact strength, high chemical resistance, and very low water absorption.

    • Shampoo Bottles
    • Toys
    • Chemical Containers
    • Pipe Systems
    • Milk Jugs
    • Recycling Bins
    • Grocery Bags
    • Cereal Box Liners
    • Flower Pots
    • Affordable
    • High-Quality
    • Operate and Harsh Temperatures
    • Non-Leaching
    • UV Resistant
    • Resistant to most Chemicals
    • Stiff Material
    • Amazing Durability
    • Highly Versatile
    • Injection Moulding
    • Extrusion
    • Blow Moulding
    • Film

Braskem Green HDPE or Green Polyethylene

Braskem Green HDPE or Green Polyethylene is a renewable alternative to Polyethylene, a thermoplastic resin largely used for packaging in consumer goods industries, such as food and beverage, cleaning and personal care products, as well as toys, trash containers and plastic bags. At the end of its lifespan, Green Polyethylene can be recycled in the same chains already developed for conventional Polyethylene.

    • Shampoo Bottles
    • Toys
    • Chemical Containers
    • Pipe Systems
    • Milk Jugs
    • Recycling Bins
    • Grocery Bags
    • Cereal Box Liners
    • Flower Pots
    • Affordable
    • High-Quality
    • Operate and Harsh Temperatures
    • Non-Leaching
    • UV Resistant
    • Resistant to most Chemicals
    • Stiff Material
    • Amazing Durability
    • Highly Versatile
    • Injection Moulding
    • Extrusion
    • Blow Moulding
    • Film
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