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1/11/2017 9:50:27 PM By bradkeply
Why PET Bottles from Injection Blow Process are more clear than PET Bottles from Injection Stretch Blow Process?

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1/11/2007 4:28:47 PM By Paul Polar
HiTom ,
First you mention the size (volume ) of bottle and on which machine you are producing it , see we are useing RELIANCE-F46003 For 15 ml bottle and the process is Injectoin Blow Molding machine.

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8/14/2005 5:39:40 PM By Pankaj
Hi Tom

The type of HDPE you will use depends on the size of your container and the degree of inflation required. You would need a fairly high molecular weight material to give you the appropriate melt strength, however sounds to me like your problem is your process. Could be a simple question of playing with the various settings really.

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8/10/2005 11:14:33 PM By Paul Vickers
can any one advise on best hdpe to use in injection blow moulding have tried several and found the surface finish of containers to be poor and exhibit a scaly effect anys sugestions appreciated

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8/10/2005 4:15:16 PM By Tom
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