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Compression packaging  

ExxonMobil Chemical performance polymers help protect and preserve products with extremely damage-resistant compression packaging that can withstand the most demanding stresses, helping brand owners protect their goods through the value chain.

Applications and benefits

Typical compression packaging applications (laminated or nonlaminated) include films for products like baby diapers, training pants, adult incontinence products, feminine hygiene products and insulation bags.

  • Downgauging opportunities of up to 26 percent
  • Toughness, stiffness and optical properties
  • Simplified formulations with the option to replace HDPE
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Product solutions

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    Performance PE polymers

    Exceed™ XP, Exceed™ and Enable™ performance polyethylene (PE) polymers are ideal for a range of applications. From solutions that require extreme performance to those that offer an optimum balance of high alpha olefin (HAO) benefits, our portfolio can meet your needs.

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  • Various stand-up pouch bags made of LLDPE

    LLDPE

    ExxonMobil™ and ExxonMobil™ NTX linear low-density polyethylene (LLDPE) resins offer an optimal balance of toughness and stiffness.

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    HDPE

    ExxonMobil™ high-density polyethylene (HDPE) resins combine toughness and stiffness with resistance to environmental stress cracking at elevated temperatures and warping.

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    Stiffer, tougher compression packaging solutions help brand owners deliver products securely

    Enable™ 4002 performance polymer provides secondary packaging solutions with an outstanding combination of stiffness and toughness, optical properties and excellent machinability

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