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Aegis® H155C1ZP

Applications: Food & Beverage Packaging, Industrial & Transport Packaging, Other Consumer Goods Applications
Product Families: Engineering & Specialty Polymers, Polyamides
Chemical Family: Polyamides
Polymer Name: Co-Polyamide, Polyamide 6/66 (PA 6/66)
End Uses: Balloons, Book Covers, Bottles

Aegis® H155C1ZP is a high-viscosity nylon extrusion grade copolymer for cast or blown film applications. It possesses an attractive combination of strength, toughness and thermoforming properties as well as excellent heat, chemical and abrasion resistance.

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Cardia Compostable™ B-F

Applications: Agricultural Films, Flexible Packaging, Food & Beverage Packaging
Product Families: Biodegradable Polymers, Blends & Alloys, Engineering & Specialty Polymers
Chemical Family: Modifed Starches, Polyesters
Polymer Name: TPS/Polyester Alloy
End Uses: Film, Food Packaging, Heavy Duty Bags

Cardia Compostable™ B-F is a biodegradable and compostable resin based on a blend of thermoplastic starch (TPS), aliphatic polyesters and natural plasticizers. This grade of resin is compatibilised to offer a high level of mechanical strength, outstanding elongation properties and toughness. The resin is based on corn starch which is a renewable material.Cardia Compostable B-F resin is certified biodegradable during composting in professionally managed composting facilities. Complies with International Standard ISO16929, ISO 14855 Certified compostable for blown film applications up to 120 microns. Cardia Compostable B-F complies with: European Standard EN13432, USA Standard ASTM 6400, Australian Standard AS 4736 and Japanese "GreenPla" Standard Chinese Environmental Labelling. Cardia Compostable B-F is a completely biodegradable polymer suitable for the manufacturing of film-type products. It can be directly used in the film blowing process. It does not contain any non-degradable polymers such as PE, PP, PS and PVC. Independent university testing shows that after biodegradation Cardia Compostable B-F does not leave any harmful residues.This film grade has been evaluated for compostability in accordance with international standard ISO 16929 (2002-11- 01) "Plastics — Determination of the Degree of Disintegration of Plastic Materials under Defined Composting Conditions in a Pilot Scale Test". According to the European certification scheme for biodegradable materials, Performance Standard EN 13432, the pass threshold for this test is 90% of the material passing through a 2 mm sieve after the 12 week test period.The testing shows that the plastic film samples used in this test are completely compostable as demonstrated by their 100% disintegration after 3 months and > 90% mineralization in less than 6 months. In the laboratory scale composting test according to ISO 14855: 1999 Cardia Compostable B-F film grade resin reached 90% biodegradation relative to cellulose reference material and meets the biodegradability requirement specified in the EN 13432 standard.Application Examples Compostable bags Shopping bags/Check-out bags Garbage bags Leaf litter bags Green bin liners Produce and meat liners Overwrap Packaging Mulch film Breathable film.

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