Borealis AG's recently introduced polypropylene has low organoleptic properties that are leading the polymer into new markets for thin-wall food packaging.
The Vienna, Austria, firm says BorPure RJ766MO contributes to aesthetics, performance, productivity and sustainability. The random copolymer PP fits end-user demands for low odor and low taste in food packaging. The new PP boasts a high melt flow rate of 70, critical to high-speed, quality thin wall injection molding. Faster cycle times at lower processing temperatures are also possible, Borealis claims.
One of the first processors to adopt the new PP is packaging producer Bra Plast AB of Vittsjo (double dots on the o), Sweden.
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