HDPE made via Hostalen Process
HM-9450F (EX5) is blown film grade resin which is manufactured
by suspension polymerization of ethylene monomer. HM-9450F
(EX5) is a bi-model high density polyethylene with 1-Butene as
- High molar mass film grade, good
stiffness and tenacity
|Density: : 0.947-0.951 g/cm3
• For blown films with paperlike
quality, sutable for counter bags,
carrier bags and wrapping films,
|MFI: 190/5: 0.23-0.33
- Antioxidant/Process stabilizer
- Lubricant (processing aid)/acid scavenger
Material properties (This data are typical values and are not to be construed as product specifications)
|Fish Eye Note
- Test specimen from compression moulded sheet at 23°C.
- FRR values are statistical and calculated by dividing MFR values
- Notch Impact Test specimen from compressed moulded sheet 23°C and The
data quoted are average values .
Handling and Health Safety
Molten polymers could be injured skin or eye so safety
glasses and appropriate gloves are suggested to prevent
possible thermal injuries. Also appropriate ventilation is
suggested in working by melt polymer.
Accumulation of fines or dust particles that are in this grade
is not suitable because of explosion hazard probability.
So adequated filters and grounding exists at all time are
Polyethylene products (in pelletised or powder form) should
not be stored in direct sunshine and/or heat radiation.
Ultraviolet cause a change in the material properties.The
Storage area should be dry and preferably don't exceed 50
°C. Under cool, dry, dark conditions Jam Polymers polyolefin
resins are expected to maintain the original material and
processing properties for at least 18 month. JPC would not
ressponsible about quality diminishing such as color change,
bad smell or ets which caused by bad storage conditions. It
is better to process PE resin within 6 months after delivery.
Jam Polymers Polyolefin resins are supplied in Pellet form
packed in 25kg bags. Alternative packaging modes are
avalable for selected grades.
The above values were
Calculated from data for 100 µm
on a 75mm Barrnage
extruder with 190°C melt temperature using a 2:1 blow ratio
and a gap die of 3.0 mm.