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04-19-2018

Styropor P 24 Speed

Packaging with High-Speed

BASF SE, Ludwigshafen, Germany, now offers a new plastic grade for the manufacture of EPS (expandable polystyrene) foam packaging. For the products in the Styropor P 24 Speed range the pentane content has been lowered to approximately 4.8 % thereby reducing molding cycle and intermediate conditioning times. The new grade Styropor P 324 Speed with a density of 25 g/l yields an up to 50 % shorter molding cycle time in comparison with Styropor P 326 at an average molding steam pressure.

The new Styropor P 24 Speed packaging raw material makes it even easier to manufacture thin-walled technical foam moldings as well as cool boxes and food packaging (© BASF)

Just like the classic Styropor P 26, this new type of Styropor is approved for food packaging and has a high mechanical resistance as well as excellent flexural and compressive strength. Moreover, it has good fusion properties and a smooth surface finish. As with all Styropor packaging grades, the new Styropor P 24 Speed is without flame retardant and especially suitable for the manufacture of thin-walled technical mouldings as well as food packaging and cool boxes. The material is available in three bead sizes ranging from 0.4 mm to 1.3 mm. The new product rounds off BASF’s EPS range for the packaging industry.

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BASF SE

DE 67056 Ludwigshafen
Tel.: 0621 60-0
Fax: 0621 60-42525

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