Dow Polyurethanes Datasheets for Polyethylene Resins

Polyethylene is the most common plastic material and is offered in several forms. Low density polyethylene polymers are used to form a variety of commodity packaging applications as film. High density (HDPE) and ultra-high molecular weight polyethylene (UHMW PE) have good friction and mechanical properties and are used in medical devices, wear parts, and engineered components.
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Product Name Notes
Polyurethane Formulated System -- SPECTRIM™ RW Systems for encapsulation of automotive glass Benefits Fast cycle time for window encapsulation Applications Automotive, Transportation
Polyurethane Formulated System -- SPECTRIM™ RD Systems for fast reaction and demolding Benefits Fast reaction and demolding Applications Automotive, Transportation
Polyurethane Formulated System -- SPECTRIM™ RC Systems for load-bearing or structural applications Benefits High flexural modulus for bumpers beam Applications Automotive, Transportation
Polyurethane Formulated System -- SPECTRIM™ RL Systems for low density, semi-structural, interior in-mold covered part Benefits Low emission, fast demolding for door liner substrate Applications Automotive, Transportation
Polyurethane Formulated System -- SPECTRIM™ RG Systems for molding very large parts Benefits Extensive gel time system Application Automotive, Transportation