Canadian Plastics

Higher melt flow PP for thin-wall containers

Four copolymer resins with melt flow rates ranging from 35 to 100 units are the initial introduction from Montell's new family of reactor grade polypropylenes, Pro-fax Ultra."Because these grades are ...

November 1, 1999   Canadian Plastics



Four copolymer resins with melt flow rates ranging from 35 to 100 units are the initial introduction from Montell’s new family of reactor grade polypropylenes, Pro-fax Ultra.

“Because these grades are produced at the reactor stage, injection molders and their customers will realize such benefits as faster cycle times, improved organoleptics and even thinner parts,” says Bob Sharp, vice-president, product innovation, Montell North America.

The new resins have long chemical chains coming out of the reactor, and need no further chemical processing to improve melt flow.

The four grades launched for the initial phase are suggested for thin-wall containers, housewares and consumer goods, and frozen dairy product containers.

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