The Universal Selection Source: Polymer Additives
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It must be suitable for mechanical bending a...
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Free-flowing fluropolymer. Acts as a processing aid. Reduces or eliminates the melt fracture as well as die build-up. Lowers the apparent melt viscosity and permits fabricators to use high strength resins which otherwise could not be processsed on available equipment. Broadens extrusion processing capabilities of polyolefin resins. Can offer performance and cost advantages. Through optimization of the extrusion process, the use of FX 5920B may also allow an increase in output and yield films with enhanced as well as balanced bi-directional physical properties. Also exhibits improved clarity and gloss. Designed for x-ray fluorescence analytical test methods. Ideal for use in polyolefin resins containing antiblocking agents, pigments and other inorganic additives.
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