Food Engineering

Polypropylene copolymer

September 3, 2007




Basell’s metallocene-based metocene polypropylene Clyrell EM248U copolymer for clear, injection-molded, thin-wall applications does not require vis-breaking or peroxides, and can be used in food applications that require low organoleptic properties. With a melt flow rate of 70 g/10 min., the copolymer resists distortion and warpage and retains stiffness in hot-fill applications. It can also be used in in-mold labeling and off-set printing applications.

Basell; www.basell.com