Eastman debuts resin for extrusion blow molding

Published: October 10, 2012 6:00 am ET

Eastman Chemical Co. has debuted a new polymer aimed at extrusion blow molding and packaging applications needing a resin identification system.

Aspira One is compatible in the PET recycling stream, claims the Kingsport, Tenn., firm. Its sustainability properties include better process efficiency, lower scrap rates and a clear and glossy glass alternative.

Eastman says Aspira One can provide an ingrated clear handle and is tough. The polymer is BPA-free and contains no antimony and halogens.

Compared with EPET, Aspira One exhibits no haze, is free of gels and does not degrade in processing, according to the company.

Tel. 800-327-8626 or 423-229-2000, fax 423-229-1193.


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