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Conference Proceedings
New and Improved Post-Metallocene Polyolefin Catalysts
Philip Fontaine, February 2018
Recent Advances in Catalysts
Recent Advances and Challenges in Polyolefin Comonomer Distribution Analysis
Brian Walther, February 2018
Recent Advances in Characterization
High Temperature Liquid Chromatography – Unravelling
Robert Brull, February 2018
Recent Advances in Characterization
Technical solutions for Today and Tomorrow's PE Film Production
Steve Despain, February 2018
Recent Developments in Flexible Packaging
Home Meal Kit Delivery--the Good, the Bad, the Opportunity
Jonathan Quinn, February 2018
Recent Developments in Flexible Packaging
Anteo™, Borealis’ New Family of LLDPE Materials for the Global Packaging Market
Maurits van Tol, February 2018
Recent Developments in Flexible Packaging
Coex High Clarity Shrink Films
Amy Laird, February 2018
Recent Developments in Flexible Packaging
Peelable Heat Seal for Medical Forming Web Applications
Pat Thomas, February 2018
Recent Developments in Flexible Packaging - Paper: Peelable flexible m edical device packaging films are typically heat sealed to a breathable spunbonded polyolefin substrate or medical grade paper use d in order to allow for ETO sterilization. A newly developed uncoated nylon reinforced paper provides an alternative to materials traditionally used for lidding. This paper serves to demonstrate the successful use of Design for Six Sigma methodology in the development of a new peel/seal system.
Peelable Heat Seal for Medical Forming Web Applications
Pat Thomas, February 2018
Recent Developments in Flexible Packaging - Presentation: Peelable flexible m edical device packaging films are typically heat sealed to a breathable spunbonded polyolefin substrate or medical grade paper use d in order to allow for ETO sterilization. A newly developed uncoated nylon reinforced paper provides an alternative to materials traditionally used for lidding. This paper serves to demonstrate the successful use of Design for Six Sigma methodology in the development of a new peel/seal system.
Save Laboratory Time and Money
Steve Mogensen, February 2018
Recent Developments in Flexible Packaging
New Feeding Trends to the Extruder Inlet in Polyolefin Compounding Plants
Andy Kovats, February 2018
Advances in Compounding and Extrusion
TPO in Roofing Application
Vivian Zhang, February 2018
Advances in Compounding and Extrusion
Performance of Plastic Pipe and Chambers in Underground Retention and Detention Systems
John Kurdziel, February 2018
Advances in Compounding and Extrusion
Towards Sustainability
Robert Flores, February 2018
Sustainability in Packaging
Energy Recovery Using the EnergyBag™
Jill Martin, February 2018
Sustainability in Packaging
The Evolving Role of Packaging in the Circular Economy
Jennifer Ronk, February 2018
Sustainability in Packaging
Sustainable Flexible Packaging--A Resin Supplier's View
Lawrence Effer, February 2018
Sustainability in Packaging
Unilever’s Packaging Journey
Julie Zaniewski, February 2018
Sustainability in Packaging


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