Borealis blown film applications deliver effective solutions for advanced packaging based on innovative technologies.
Product performance and functionality are crucial in the industrial coating market. This entails finding the right material properties in a technical solution that properly address the needs of the industrial coating application such as grease, moisture and temperature resistance, and improved barrier properties.
In addition to the standard autoclave low density polyethylene (LDPE), we offer a broad range of high density polyethylene (HDPE) and polypropylene-based (PP) applications in the manufacture of extrusion coating products.
An LDPE produced on a high-pressure tubular reactor, CT7200 is a Borealis solution developed for extrusion coating products that will help the industry address the issue of the pending closure of autoclave plants. Our new high pressure tubular platform enables us to secure supply for the global extrusion coating market in full compliance with all applicable regulatory requirements. CT7200 shares the high-quality organoleptics of currently available materials yet has numerous other advantages:
CT7200 is ideally suited for applications involving high-volume extrusion coating of boards and papers, liquid packaging, extrusion coating and lamination of different substrates and co-extrusion in multi-structures.
Our HDPE grades offer the following property improvements compared to LDPE:
Our specialty PP grades feature:
At Borealis, we offer full solutions in PE and PP. We assist our customers in finding solutions to their problems by combining and using products from our broad and varied range. With our own pilot line to develop, screen and test new technical solutions, our partners save time and money whilst improving product performance. We are a trusted and reliable partner with a proven track record in innovation.
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