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LDPE and LLDPEare two types of plastic materials used in the film industry. LDPE stands for low-density polyethylene and LLDPE for linear low-density polyethylene.

LDPEis a flexible and transparent plastic material commonly used for packaging. It is used to make bags, shrink films and stretch films, among others. LDPE film is known for its strength and chemical resistance, making it suitable for a wide range of applications.

LLDPE is characterised by higher tensile strength, puncture resistance and tear resistance. This makes it suitable for more demanding applications such as heavy duty packaging, agricultural film and industrial packaging.

Both LDPE and LLDPE films have a wide range of applications in a variety of industries including food packaging, healthcare, agriculture and construction. Their flexibility, durability and cost-effectiveness make them preferable to other materials.

LDPE blown film is a type of plastic film made of low-density polyethylene (LDPE) that has been extruded and blown into a thin film. LDPE blown film is commonly used for packaging applications such as protective film, heat shrink film, stretch hood film, shrink hood film.

Stretch LLDPE film is a type of plastic film made of linear low-density polyethylene (LLDPE) commonly used to wrap and secure pallets of goods for transport or storage. It is highly elastic and can stretch up to 350 % of its original length without tearing, allowing it to wrap products tightly and securely. It provides a tight seal that helps protect products from moisture, dust and damage during transport or storage. It is available in different thicknesses, widths and lengths and can be customised with various additives such as anti-UV and anti-static.

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