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ExxonMobil™ LLDPE LL 1001X74

Technical Datasheet | Supplied by ExxonMobil Chemical
ExxonMobil™ LLDPE LL 1001X74 by ExxonMobil Chemical is a linear low density polyethylene (LLDPE) butene resin with good drawdown. It contains thermal stabilizer, slip and antiblock additives. Used in barrier food packaging, bag in box as well as bread, refuse, produce, ice, heavy duty and trash bags. Recommended for general packaging, industrial liners & packaging, shoppers, stand-up pouches, food packaging, form fill and seal packaging. Suitable for blown film extrusion processing. Suggested for agricultural, lamination, multilayer packaging, freezer and garment films. Films produced with ExxonMobil™ LLDPE LL 1001X74 exhibit good tensile and toughness properties.
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Product Type
PE (Polyethylene) > LLDPE
Product Status
COMMERCIAL
Geographical Availability
North America, South and Central America

ExxonMobil™ LLDPE LL 1001X74 Properties

Mechanical Properties

Value & Unit
Test Condition
Test Method
Impact, Dart Drop
90 g
( )
ASTM D1709A
Tear Strength
90 g
(Elmendorf, MD)
ASTM D1922
Tear Strength
450 g
(Elmendorf, TD)
ASTM D1922

ExxonMobil™ LLDPE LL 1001X74 Processing Guidelines

Extrusion Properties

Value & Unit
Test Condition
Test Method
Melt Temperature
202 - 213 °C
Die Gap
1.52 mm
Blow-up Ratio
2.5:1
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