LLDPE (Linear low density polyethylene)


- MHigher tensile strength than LDPE.
- Higher impact and puncture resistance than LDPE.
- Very low cost.
- Excellent chemical resistance.
- Very good processablity.
- High impact strength at low temperature.
- Excellent electrical insulating properties.
- Very low water absorption.
- FDA compliant.
- High flexibility.
- Good mechanical properties.
- Very flexible and elongates under stress.
- Good resistance to UV radiation.
- Good electrical properties.


Linear low-density polyethylene (LLDPE) is a linear polymer (polyethylene), with significant numbers of
short branches. It is called LLDPE for its English acronym: Linear Low-Density PolyEthylene (LLDPE) or
PolyEthylene Linear Low-Density (PELLD).Linear low-density polyethylene differs structurally from conventional low-density polyethylene because of the absence of long chain branching. The linearity of LLDPE results from the different manufacturing processes of LLDPE and LDPE. In general, LLDPE is produced at lower temperatures and pressures by copolymerization of ethylene, butene, hexene, or octene. The copolymerization process produces an LLDPE polymer that has a narrower molecular weight distribution than conventional LDPE.

Usual uses

Plastic bags and sheets, plastic wrap, toys, covers, lids, pipes, buckets and containers, geomembranes, flexible tubing, pharmaceutical bottles, trash bags, films for food packaging, housewares, flexible toys, water pipes and
hoses, cable jacketing.