Less downtime for maintenance related to gels, die build-up and plate-out. Possibility for increased regrind usage.
Reduced blooming, better color retention and less gels improve resins’ elongation retention, dart impact and film clarity and aesthetics.
Compared to benchmark phosphite antioxidants, WESTON® 705 has up to 20% higher content of phosphorus and more reactive structures to decompose peroxide species formed during melt processing. This reserves the desired polymer structure from damage, even under severe conditions.
WESTON® 705 is a liquid antioxidant that can be more easily incorporated and dispersed into the polymer matrix to protect the resin from the very first step of the extrusion process. Its high solubility in polyethylene eliminates plate-out during cooling and minimizes the migration while in use, making sure every molecule of WESTON® 705 protects the resin.
Tenfold reduction in gel formation improves productivity up to 5% and enhances film sealability while reducing film breakage during handling.
Tenfold reduction in gel formation improves productivity up to 5% and enhances film sealability or film breakage during handling.
90% lower additive blooming to the film surface improves packaging aesthetics and organoleptic properties.
Threefold better melt flow retention, maintains the original mechanical properties and allows increased usage of regrind.
Excellent color retention upon exposure to NOx gas.