Homo Polymer

X 30 Sis a homopolymer particularly suited for the extrusion of cast and water quenched blown film. X 30 S is formulated with a general purpose stabilisation package and does not contain any slip or antiblocking agents. X 30 S exhibits excellent pcocessability and outstanding optical properties. This makes X 30 S particularly suitable for film for packaging food-stuffs such as pasta, snacks, biscuits, bakery products and confectionery. Other applications include film for packaging for flowers, books, stationery, blankets, shirts, knitwear and hosiery. X 30 S is also very appropriate for the extrusion of small pipes and drinking straws. X 30 S can be used for lamination with polyester, polyamide and aluminium for packaging of snacks, crisps, sweets, coffee , meat products and pre-cooked foods. In these applications, X 30 S gives an excellent high gloss finish in laminates and exhibits good printability after Corona treatment. X 30 S can also be coextruded with and VAL TEC heterophasic copolymer grades to produce high gloss finishes on blow moulded pigmented bottles and coextruded sheet

General Properties

Category : Homo Polymer
Manufacturer : MARUN
MFR : 9.5(21.6k/g)
Density : 0.954
Applications :
Heavy duty jumbo bags,Furniture,Caps,Closures,Toys
Properties Unit Typical value Test Method
Physical properties
Melt flow rate (230'C, 2.16 kg) Dg/min 9 ISO 1133
Density g/cm3 0.9 ISO 1183
Mechanical properties
Flexural modulus N/mm2 1500 ISO 178
Tensile strength yield N/mm2 34 ISO R527
Elongation at yield % 13 ISO R 527
lzod impact strenghh (notched) at 23 °C kJ/m2 4 ISO 180
Hardness Shore D points 71 ISO 868)
Thermal properties
Vicat softening point (9.8 N) oC 155 ISO 306/A
H.D.T. (0.46 Mpa) oC 115 ISO 75/B
Accelerated oven ageing in air (forced circulation) at 150 °C hour 360 IS04577
Optical Properties
Haze % 1 MTM 17031
Gloss (45 °G) % 85 MTM 17021

 It is suitable for food contact.
 Values shown are averages and are not to be considered as p roduct specification
These values may shift slightly as additional data are accumlsted.

 ISO test methods are the lates under the societys current procedures. All specimens
are prepared by injection moulding .