grades - SABIC PP 622L and SABIC PP 621P-
are engineered for advanced film technologies such as multi-layer
constructions, and for improved aesthetics and versatility.
materials provide a high level of clarity and gloss, low stress whitening and
high tear resistance. The molecular structure of both grades is tailored for
high performance processing. Both are compliant with U.S. Food and Drug
Administration (FDA) and European Commission (EC) food contact regulations.
They are able to deliver excellent sealing performance and puncture resistance
for extended shelf life and increased safety in food packaging and other
Sabic says they
provide significant advantages over homopolymers in a wide range of packaging
applications, enabling converters to produce film with high clarity and
exceptional sealing and puncture resistance performance.
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