Polyethylene is a semi-crystalline thermoplastic and is a member of the polyolefin family. Polyethylene comes in 3 primary categories, Linear Low Density (LLDPE), Low Density (LDPE), and High Density (HDPE). Depending on the category, Polyethylene ranges from flexible to rigid, low impact to unbreakable. Combined, Polyethylene is the most widely used plastic today. As the variations in types of Polyethylene are numerous, Polyethylene can be altered to fit most any industry. Common uses for Polyethylene are in Film and Packaging, Food Packaging, Piping Industry and the Toy Industry.
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