New Phthalate-Free PP Grades
For Thin-Walled Packaging Applications
Sabic announces an important expansion of its Sabic PP polypropylene portfolio for the packaging industry with the introduction of two new high flow, injection-molding grades, Sabic PP 513MK46 and 512MK46, impact copolymers based on a phthalate free catalyst.
The new grades are developed to help Sabic customers to comply with industry’s organoleptic requirements for taste and odor, with excellent stiffness and higher top-load strength for high stack ability that help manufacturers achieve faster production cycle times, lower transport and storage costs.
Developed for thin-walled packaging applications for both food and non-food applications; high flow Sabic PP 513MK46 (MFR 70) and 512MK46 (MFR 50) products provide a great balance between high stiffness and impact strength than a standard impact copolymers. The grades are typically used in rigid packaging such as packaging for frozen / chilled / ambient food, dairy products, applications in the housewares, appliances, toys, caps and closures. These new products are produced in Sabic’s Saudi Kayan facility in Jubail, Saudi Arabia, and they will be available for customers around the world.
SABIC Saudi Basic Industries Corporation
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