These products comes from post-consumer and are made of about 97% LDPE and 3% PP, filtered to 100 microns, with a fluidity around 0,4-1 at 190° - 2,16 kg. Processing the input materials consists of a double washing and a dual-extrusion which allows to create a clean granule with a low PP content and a constant quality. It is used for 40 micron film production (with the addiction of LLD and desiccant) this allowing to obtain several different dark tonalities. It is also used for the production of irrigation smooth pipes with a maximum pressure of approximately 6 bar as well as for the production of the internal walls of corrugated pipes.
The TS COR family is composed of HDPE granules, coming from the selection of detergent bottles with an extremely low PP % (between 0,5 and 2%). The different product codes, made with filtration between 60 and 100 microns, are suitable for the production of extruded, blow moulded and blow film articles. It is possible to create various formulas with both light and dark colours, and to add mineral charges (CACO3 or Talc) as well as additives. With regards to its melt index, in the standard formulas it is between 0,2-0,3 at 190° - 2,16 kg and 0,6-0,8 at 190° - 2,16 kg (TS COR HF). The basic colours, before masterbatch, can have two different tonalities: a dark grey-green to obtain dark colours and a greyish white to produce light colours.