haze level

haze level

[′hāz ‚lev·əl]
(meteorology)
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It also has a low haze level for no-label look graphics on high density polyethylene (HDPE) and polyethylene terephthalate (PET) containers and can withstand the crimping process.
One grade, RM 2091, is for extrusion blow moulding and achieves a haze level of 2 per cent in an injection moulded plaque.
If estimates could be made of various haze levels obscuring the events, a reasonable, practical haze level could be subjectively chosen.
For the present example of coated glazing material for auto windows, considering that an object will be clearly sharp if viewed through an undamaged window and will be milky or cloudy if viewed through a damaged window, measuring the haze level increase to quantify the different damage modes is adequate.
but the m-LLDPE gave a significantly lower haze level.
The adhesive, manufactured under clean room conditions, delivers greater than 99 percent light transmission and a haze level under 0.
A higher haze level is observed for the blends that are predominantly polypropylene.
A low haze level compound can be produced when Vistamaxx is added to RCR Excellent mixing of dry blends during processing or melt blending is essential to optimise transparency.
They include Adsyl 5 C 37F, a PP film grade with reduced seal-initiation temperature and a haze level of only 1%.
Haze level is lower than those of LLDPEs or Dow's Attane ULDPE.
Sheet made with syndiotactic PP homopolymer or copolymer has one-fourth the haze level of sheet made with highly isotactic PP homopolymer or copolymer, though isotactic PP is stiffer.
25/lb tl, the material is designed to be blended with Phillips 66 K-Resin copolymer to provide improved rigidity and impact resistance, while maintaining clarity and a haze level of 5%.