Author: mgg-Plastic bottle manufacturer
LDPE is an abbreviation for low density polyethylene. This type of plastic can be identified using resin code or recycling in many of our products, and LDPE is primarily used for film applications because it is tough, flexible and relatively transparent. LDPE is also used to produce some flexible lids and bottles and wires and cable applications.
Attribute ACC reports that LDPE has excellent ability to acid, alkali, and vegetable oil. Its toughness, flexibility, and relative transparency make it suitable for packaging applications requiring heat seal. Product application LDPE is used to make many thin and flexible products such as plastic bags for dry cleaning, newspapers, bread, frozen foods, fresh agricultural products and garbage.
Most shrink packages and stretch films are also made of LDPE, as well as coating of paper tanks and disposable beverage cups. Manufacturers also use LDPE to produce thin container covers, extrudable bottles and some toys. The recycling of most parts of LDPE provide recycling using LDPE and linear low-density polyethylene (LLDPE), which is also the number of recovery 4. Like all other types of plastics, LDPE may take hundreds of years to landfurn. Decomposition in the field, so the product should be reused if possible, should reuse the LDPE.
Some regions do not provide recycling of LDPE plastic bags, but can be reused. Products made with recycling content According to ACC, recycled LDPE can be used to produce shipping envelopes, trash cans, floor tiles, panels, furniture, compacts boxes, trash cans, landscape wood and outdoor wood.