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Stability of cast-film extrusion of various metallocene polyethylenes

Abstract : The Cast Film process is one of the most widely used polymer processing technology to produce polymer films. A polymer melt is extruded through a flat die and then stretched in air by a chill roll to generate a thin film as illustrated in Figure 1. The molten film is quenched on the surface of the chill roll (typically water-cooled and chrome-plated) by an air knife or a vacuum box.
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Reda Bouamra, Jean-François Agassant, Christian Peiti, Jean-Marc Haudin. Stability of cast-film extrusion of various metallocene polyethylenes. 22nd Annual Meeting of the Polymer Processing Society (PPS-22), Jul 2006, Yamagata, Japan. 2 p. ⟨hal-00851361⟩



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