FLEXUS 9200

FLEXUS 9200 is an LLDPE (linear low density polyethylene) produced using metallocene catalysts, falling under the category of polyolefins. This versatile polymer offers excellent impact and puncture strength, making it ideal for various applications, such as sacks and liners. It is compatible with HDPE (high density polyethylene) and LDPE (low density polyethylene). The product features an antioxidant additive to enhance its stability and a processing aid for smoother extrusion during processing methods like blown film extrusion.

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Polymer Name: Linear Low Density Polyethylene (LLDPE)

Processing Methods: Blown Film Extrusion, Extrusion, Film Extrusion

Additives Included: Antioxidant, Processing Aid

Melt Flow Index: 1.0 - 1.0 g/10 min

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Properties

Blown Film Properties
ValueUnitsTest Method / Conditions
Tensile Strength (at Break, MD)40MPaASTM D882
Tensile Strength (at Break, TD)45MPaASTM D882
Elongation (at Break, MD)960%ASTM D882
Elongation (at Break, TD)1090%ASTM D882
Tensile Modulus (1% Secant, MD)170MPaASTM D882
Tensile Modulus (1% Secant, TD)190MPaASTM D882
Dart Drop Impact Strength1300g/F50ASTM D1709
Elmendorf Tear Strength (MD)780gFASTM D1922
Elmendorf Tear Strength (TD)1820gFASTM D1922
Haze9%ASTM D1003
Gloss (Angle 60°)100%ASTM D2457
Control Properties
ValueUnitsTest Method / Conditions
Melt Flow Rate (at 190°C, 2.16kg)1g/10 minASTM D1238
Density0.917g/cm³ASTM D792
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Blown Film Properties:

  • LDPE: 100 μm thick film, obtained from a 40 mm extruder, with blow up ratio of 2.2:1 (MD = Machine Direction and TD = Transversal Direction).

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