HDPE & HIPS Repro Pellets
HIPS – MFI 8
HDPE – MFR 0.45 at 190° C/2, 16 kg, without oxidations.
HIPS – one time – HDPE – 60 to 70 mt a month available.
Post Industrial or Post Consumer Material?
What is the original part, Current form?
HIPS – Some sort of boards regrind – Repro
HDPE – Made from Flat films – Repro
Material Common Uses
HIPS – Injection molding
HDPE – Film and plastic bags
FOB Price Point / Terms
HIPS – 12 mt – HDPE – can fit 40,000+ lbs in a 40 HQ.
Percentages of Products by type
Rubber adhesive is always loaded separately in one container. Ratio of the other rubber un-vulcanised (un-cured) varies.
HIPS – No contaminants
HDPE – No other fillers except 3.5 TIO2 max
Other contaminants – None known
Moisture and Storage
In a warehouse, which is dark but not air-conditioned in any way. Un-cured rubber contains no water and is stored indoor. Adhesive rubber is stored outside in closed barrels as seen on photos. If any water inside, then it only caused by condensation effect.
Packaging and Shipping
Un-cured rubber not exactly in Gaylord boxes but usually in plastic cardboard on pallets as seen on the photos. Adhesive rubber in metal and paper barrels on pallets.