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New Enable mPE combines enhanced extrusion with excellent film performance
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Mar '08
ExxonMobil Chemical Company has introduced a new metallocene polyethylene (mPE) platform, Enable mPE, to help converters enhance their extrusion operations while providing excellent film performance.

Enable mPE can help converters: achieve more stable operations, extend film line output, simplify resin sourcing and generate downgauged films.

A single unique resin, Enable mPE offers an unprecedented combination of film processing and higher alpha olefin performance benefits for a range of flexible film solutions including collation shrink, pallet shrink, cast stretch handwrap, agricultural greenhouse films, heavy duty bags and lamination film applications.

“This new product generates films with exceptional performance, but the additional value to converters can be measured through formulation simplification, extrusion energy savings, film line output benefits, more sustainable flexible film solutions, and application versatility,” said David McConville, polyethylene global market development manager, ExxonMobil Chemical.

“These benefits include the replacement of complex LLDPE blends and significant downgauging opportunities for LDPE-rich blends.”

Enable mPE has a broad, robust operating window on both LLDPE and LDPE equipment. The ability of Enable mPE to extrude at lower melt temperatures yields extrusion energy savings, promotes greater bubble stability, and leads to stable, worry-free operations for efficiency focused converters.

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