Low-density polyethylene (LDPE) is a thermoplastic derived through the polymerization of ethylene using a high pressure process. LD Polyethylene resins typically have a density ranging from 0.910 g/(cm)^3 to 0.940 g/(cm)^3. It’s structure allows for excellent low tensile strength and high ductility which makes it ideal for production of plastic bags, foam, wrapping films and also containers and caps. The high level of transparency offered makes it ideal for the packaging industry.
TASNEE is one of the few global producers of LDPE, and uses the Lupotech technology to offer superior grades of LDPE most feasible for film applications.
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