Test Method used
|Blown Film, Extrusion Blow Molding, Tapes & Raffia|
|Good Heat Aging Resistance , Good Impact Resistance , Low Temperature Impact Resistance, Good Melt Strength , Good Stiffness|
Typical Customer Applications
|Film Wrap, Food Packaging Film, Raffia/Tapes/Strapping, Under-the-Hood & Structural Applications|
|Melt Flow Rate (230°C/2.16kg)||ASTM D 1238||0.45||g/10 min|
|Density (23°C)||ISO 1183||0.90||g/cm³|
|Tensile Stress at Yield (23 °C)||ISO 527-1, -2||27||MPa|
|Tensile Strain at Yield (23 °C)||ISO 527-1, -2||10||%|
|Flexural modulus (23 °C)||ISO 178||1200||MPa|
|Charpy notched impact strength||ISO 179|
|Notched izod impact strength||ISO 180|
|Heat deflection temperature B (0.45 MPa) Unannealed||ISO 75B-1, -2||87||°C|
|Heat deflection temperature A (1.80 MPa) Unannealed||ISO 75A-1, -2||51||°C|
|Typical properties; not to be construed as specifications.|
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