Various stand-up pouch bags made of LLDPE

LLDPE  

Linear low-density polyethylene (LLDPE) resins are used to produce a wide range of products. They are commonly processed neat or in blends with LDPE and/or HDPE.

Benefits

  • Versatile and cost effective
  • Lower seal initiation temperature balanced with mechanical properties
  • Can reduce costs in high-performance structures
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    ExxonMobil™ LLDPE product grades

    Offers an optimal balance of toughness and stiffness.

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    ExxonMobil™ NTX LLDPE product grades

    Versatile and cost-effective for a wide range of flexible film applications using both blown and cast film operations. Available in Latin American and North American markets.

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