Flexible and exceptional formable material ideal for medical applications
Why choose LDPE?
- Soft and flexible
- Resistant to stress cracking
- Melts at a lower temperature than other options
What are some common LDPE applications?
- Molded laboratory equipment
- Corrosion-resistant work surfaces
LDPE is a softer, more flexible variety of polyethylene and is resistant to stress cracking. LDPE melts at a lower temperature than HDPE, and exhibits exceptional “formability”. As a result, LDPE is frequently used in medical applications, including prosthetics.
|Grade||Product Characteristics||Common Applications|
|LDPE||Flexible, resistant to stress cracking, soft||Molded laboratory equipment, medical prosthetics|
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