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Detailed Product Description

High Density Polyethylene
High Density Polyethylene High Density Polyethylene
Density g /c m 3 0.950
Melt Mass-Flow Rate(MFR) g /10min 0.62
Elongation st Break % min 700
Tensile Stress at Yield kg/ cm2 240
Tensile Stress at Break kg/ cm2 420
Tensile Strain at Break % 450
Flexural Modulus kg/ cm2 8500
Durometer Hardness(D Scale, Compression Molded) 63
Shore Hardness(Shore D, Compression Molded) 63
Brittle Temperature(Procedure A) -76.0
Brittleness temperature -76.0
Vicat Softening Point 253
Vicat Softening Temperature 253
Peak Crystallization Temperature 268
Packing 25kg /polypropylene woven bag

High-density polyethylene, the English name for the "High Density Polyethylene", referred to as "HDPE". HDPE is a high crystallinity, non-polarity thermoplastic resin. The appearance of the original state HDPE was white, in the modest degree of cross-section was shaped translucent. PE has an excellent resistance to most of life and the characteristics of industrial chemicals. Certain types of chemicals are subject to chemical corrosion, such as corrosive oxidants (concentrated nitric acid) , aromatic hydrocarbons (xylene) and halogenated hydrocarbons (carbon tetrachloride) . The polymer is not hygroscopic and have good water vapor, and can be used for packing. HDPE has good electrical properties, especially the insulation of high dielectric strength so that it is applicable to wire & cable. Medium to high molecular weight grades with excellent impact resistance at room temperature even in-40F temperatures are so low.
HDPE is a copolymer of ethylene generated by TPO. Although HDPE has been launched in 1956, but have not reached a mature level of plastic. This continues the development of generic materials for its new uses and markets.