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plastic film

[′plas·tik ′film]
(materials)
Film with thickness from 0.0015 to 0.006 inch (0.0038 to 0.015 centimeter); made from polyvinyl chloride, polyethylene, polypropylene, polystyrene, Mylar, and other resins; used for wrapping, sealing, garment waterproofing, and coating wood, paper, or fabric.
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If 80% of Americans do not know what plastic film can be recycled, imagine the vast opportunity to increase recycling.
With VTT's high-volume method, microchannels can be produced on large areas of plastic film in a short time.
Technavio's analysts forecast the plastic films market in the US to grow at a CAGR of 16.
This type of light-emitting plastic film and processing in ambient atmospheres has not been created before on this scale, says VTT.
The objective of this investigation was to test the feasibility of unmodified plastic film as a novel adhesive to be combined with polar wood veneers.
Low density polyethylene will remain the largest plastic film resin based on its competitive cost structure, versatility and opportunities in areas such as produce and snack packaging, stretch and shrink wrap and trash bags.
The pressure annealing method is applicable to the fabrication of the wirings and electrodes on flexible substrates, such as plastic films, by printing, because even if the baking of conducting inks is done at temperatures below 200 C, their resistance can be sufficiently lowered.
This report surveys the plastic film industry around the world, and profiles about 200 plastic film manufacturing and converting companies.
The LM-145 grade of plastic film and bags is derived from ethylene copolymers made using the metallocene or single site catalyst technology.
Designed for high-frequency applications, CFCAP MLCCs are said to provide a small, low-cost and reliable alternative to SMD plastic film capacitors.
But starting Tuesday, Lane County's free recycling stations began accepting the plastic film, so long as it's clean and dry, said Pete Chism, waste reduction specialist at Lane County Waste Management Division.
This book can be used as a stand-along training resource for all levels of professional and operations personnel working in the plastics film industry including: plastic film manufacturing, converting, equipment suppliers, and polymer suppliers.