At PlastIndia 2012 conference, Borouge will display its innovative plastics solutions and demonstrate its strong commitment towards a greener society.
The company will showcase a broad range of polypropylene (PP) and polyethylene (PE) materials used for various applications, including advanced packaging, automotive components, wires and cables and pipe systems.
Advanced plastic food packaging helps to extend the shelf-life of food products and automotive parts made of plastics and decreases CO2 emissions. RE420MO polypropylene is a high performance material used for transparent packaging and thin wall packaging. Key benefits of the material are enhanced productivity yield, faster processing and high flow rate. It also helps to achieve sustainability objectives, reduced CO2 footprint and decreased energy consumption and material usage. Other packaging materials offered by Borouge are Bormod HD915CF PP, Borstar PE and Borclear.
Daplen ED230HP polypropylene from Borouge is used in automotive parts, which helps to decrease CO2 emissions. The innovative plastic reduces the total weight of the vehicle by 15%.
Borouge and Borealis produce high quality compounds for the wire and cable industry and their product range include Superclean and Supercure Cross-Linkable Ployethylene (XLPE) compounds, Visico/Ambicat silane copolymers and Borstar bimodal PE. Superclean and Supercure provides excellent electrical performance and high protection from water and trees and Visico/Ambicat ensures high productivity. The bimodal PE is ideal for fibre optic cable jacketing.
Borouge and Borealis launched the Water for the World program in 2007 to provide access to safe drinking water and proper sanitation to people across the world. The initiative has benefited over 250000 people worldwide.