Chemical Co.'s Aspira
copolyester EN177 allows increased design and processing opportunities for
large-volume refrigerated beverage, spirit and dairy handleware applications
manufactured on high-output platforms.
also offers gloss and glasslike clarity, and the design freedom and strength of
Aspira EN177 enhances the product appearance and user experience by permitting ergonomic,
curvy and intricately designed containers. The material allows designers to
create containers with functional handles and volumes of 60 oz.
Aspiracopolyester EN177 can be processed on all extrusion
blow-molding platforms - shuttle, wheel and reciprocating screw - at
industry-standard speeds, offering improved manufacturing efficiency for
part of the new Eastman Aspira family of copolyester resins is
Eastman Aspira copolyester EB062, formerly Eastar copolyester
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