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New PE resins allow for faster film-production rates

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ExxonMobil Chemical

ExxonMobil Chemical

Developed through advanced catalyst technology and process research, Exceed XP performance polymers are specifically designed to run at faster film-production rates in a variety of film applications. The polyethylene (PE) resins offer a high level of protection and preservation for a broad range of flexible packaging products, and are especially well-suited for challenging applications, such as liquid and food packaging, construction liners and agricultural films (photo), says the manufacturer. In the food-packaging sector, Exceed XP can be used in highly demanding environments with low temperatures or high volumes. — ExxonMobil Chemical Co., Spring, Tex.

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