The combination of ExxonMobil Chemical’s Exceed™ and Enable™ metallocene polyethylene (mPE) resins and 3-layer coextrusion blown film technology from Hubei Light Industry Machinery Co. Ltd. produce high clarity tissue overwrap films.
Label-Lyte 52LLC210 clear film for pressure sensitive label (PSL) applications from ExxonMobil Chemical is a new lightweight, oriented polyolefin film which offers enhanced converting characteristics for improved output, as well as conformability and flexibility, to enhance shelf impact.
Suitable for applications such as beverages, health and beauty care, and household products, ExxonMobil's new Label-Lyte 50ML580 metalized, surface-printable oriented polypropylene (OPP) film for pressure sensitive label (PSL) applications provides a consistent, attractive metallic appearance and high-speed performance.
ExxonMobil's Vistamaxx propylene-based elastomers for extrusion laminated flexible packaging film structures provide good adhesion to reverse printed and metalized packaging films, without the use of primer.
Label-Lyte™ oriented polypropylene (OPP) films from ExxonMobil Chemical are 2-side coated, multi-layer, biaxially oriented polypropylene (BOPP) label facestock designed for pressure sensitive applications requiring durability and aesthetic appeal.
ExxonMobil Chemical's Vistamaxx™ propylene-based elastomers can be used in a wide range of flexible film applications: cast polypropylene (cPP); stretch hood; PP raffia tape; extrusion coated and laminated woven and nonwoven polyolefinic substrates; surface protection; cast stretch; and elastic hygiene film.
A new HDPE grade film for excellent stiffness and barrier properties in coextrusion or PE film blends has been introduced by ExxonMobil Chemical. Said to improve processability when blended with LLDPE or metallocene LDPE, ExxonMobil™ HDPE HTA108 is designed for use as a blend partner in transparent coextruded film structures, conventional coextruded film structures, or in monolayer film structures.
The newest addition to ExxonMobil’s Label-Lyte® facestock family is conformable Label-Lyte 55 LLC-536. This top-coated film is positioned as a lower-cost alternative for semi-squeeze p-s applications on PE or PP containers.
ExxonMobil Chemical’s Nexxstar™ resin is designed for coextruded stretch-hood films for pallets. It’s said to offer cost benefits, good toughness, and great clarity for end-of-line packaging applications.
ExxonMobil Chemical has introduced a new wave of Achieve™ metallocene PP that is applicable to many markets, including nonwoven. Specifically designed for meltblown applications, Achieve offers a high melt flow rate and narrow molecular weight distribution.
ExxonMobil Chemical (Houston, TX) has commercialized Exceed 1012CA, a new metallocene-based, very low-density polyethylene (mVLDPE) resin developed to provide better properties than currently available with conventional VLDPE and ULDPE resins.
ExxonMobil Chemical Co. (Houston, TX) has developed a metallocene-catalyzed, very low-density (0.912 g/cc) Exceed™ polyethylene MVLDPE grade resin that is used to manufacture extrusion-blown film for flexible food packaging applications.