General Properties

Category : LDPE
Grade Name : 2101TN47
Manufacturer : LALEH
MFR : 0.85(2.16k/g)
Density: 0.921
Applications :
Food packing,Shrink film,Cast film Bags and pounches,Carrier bags,General purpose bags
Properties Unit Typical value Test Method
Polymer Properties
Melt Flow Rate dg/min 0.85
Density kg/m3 921
S;ip ppm 700
Anti block ppm 1100
Optical Properties
Gloss (45 ̊) % 49 ASTM D 2457
Haze % 11 ASTM D 1003A
Clarity mv 37 SABTEC method
Mechanical properties
Impact strength KJ/m 30 ASTM D 4272
Tear strength (TD) KN/m 30 -

Due to its good processability. The grade has a low energy consumption during processing
and has a good draw down ability.This grade enables high speed production of film without
blocking.The material is very suitable for thin industrial film,thin packaging film and carrier
bags which require high toughness in combination with high resistance to tearing ,good
optical properties and excellent converting properties.
General information
LPC produces low density polyethylene by the tubular reactor process. As a result the product
range covers a wide variety of densities and melt flow rates. The LDPE grade slate has a wide
variety of slip and anti block additives levels and includes a large numbers of grades with
excellent optical properties. LPC tubular production technology guarantees a very low gel level
and outstanding draw down ability, low odor and taste levels, which is of advantage for thin
film processing and e.g. food packaging.
LPC is fully certified in accordance with the internationally accepted quality standard ISO
9001-2000.It is LPC policy to supplymaterials that meet customers specifications and needs
and to keep up its reputation as a pre eminent, reliable supplier of e.g. polyethylene.
The environmental aspects of any packaging material do not only imply waste issues but have
to be considered in relation with the use of natural resources, the preservations of foodstuffs,
etc.LPC considers polyethylene to be an environmentally efficient packaging material. Its low
specific energy consumption and insignificant emissions to air and water designate
polyethylene as the ecological alternative in comparison with the traditional packaging
Recycling of packaging materials is supported by LPC whenever ecological and social benefits
are achieved and where a social infrastructure for selective collecting and sorting of packaging
is fostered.Whenever ‘thermal’ recycling of packagings (i.e. incineration with energy
recovery)is carried out, polyethylene –with its fairly simple molecular structure and low
amount of additives-is considered to be a trouble-free fuel.