Z101 is a cross-linked soft cross-linked shrink film. The most outstanding advantage is that it has very good low-temperature shrinkage performance.Besides of low temperature shrinkage, it also has high shrinkage, good transparency, high sealing strength, good toughness, low shrinkage and good anti relaxation performance. It is the polyolefin heat shrinkable film with the best shrink packaging performance at present. Z101 can be used to package all kinds of articles. It is the most ideal heat shrinkable film for packaging soft products such as books and products with irregular shapes. Its low temperature shrinkage performance can protect heat sensitive products well, and can also avoid the "ribs" phenomenon at the corners of box shaped articles.
Thickness: 11micron, 15micron, 19micron.
The low temperature cross-linked film is a high-performance film that is designed to withstand harsh environments and extreme temperatures. This film is cross-linked using a low-temperature process, which ensures excellent mechanical and thermal properties.
This film is commonly used in applications that require high strength and low deformation, such as wire and cable insulation, automotive tubing, and other electronic and industrial applications.
- Material: LDPE (low-density polyethylene)
- Thickness range: 0.05mm to 1.00mm
- Width range: 50mm to 2000mm
- Tensile strength: 20MPa to 30MPa
- Elongation at break: 300% to 500%
- Thermal stability: -70℃ to +135℃
- Flammability: UL94-V0
- Color: Natural, black, and other colors available upon request
Note: Customized thickness, width, and color are available upon request. Please contact us for more information.
|TEST ITEM||UNIT||ASTM TEST||TYPICALVALUES|
|Tensile Strength (MD)||N/mm²||D882||100||105||110|
|COF(Film To Film)||-|
|Water Vapor Transmission Rate||gm/㎡/day||F1249||32.1||27.8||19.5|
MD\Machine Direction TD\Transverse Direction
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A: The effect of temperature on crosslinking depends on the specific polymer and crosslinking process being used. In general, higher temperatures can speed up the crosslinking reaction, leading to faster curing times. However, excessively high temperatures can also cause degradation or other unwanted chemical reactions in the polymer.
A: The temperature at which a polymer is cross-linked depends on the specific type of polymer and cross-linking process being used. Typically, cross-linking may occur at temperatures ranging from room temperature to several hundred degrees Celsius, depending on the desired properties and application of the final product.