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The polyethylene for the manufacture of the Irrigation Cylinder, is a polymer that is widely used in the manufacture of containers, bags, to...

Our Online Store has a wide range of P40 Low Density Polyethylene Pipe, High Density P100, for Drip Irrigation, as well as General Agricultural Pipe Fittings, we have the Best Offers and Discounts for Sale.

The polyethylene for the manufacture of the Irrigation Cylinder, is a polymer that is widely used in the manufacture of containers, bags, to make containers, among many others. It is one of the most common plastics used in the world, especially for the low cost it represents.
The polyethylene was discovered for the first time in the late nineteenth century, in eighteen hundred and ninety-eight, by German chemist Hans von Pechmann, eventually. In the thirties of the last century, 2 English scientists synthesized it in the way we know it today.

The physical properties
It is a thermoplastic polymer consisting of long hydrocarbon chains. Depending on the crystallinity and molecular weight, a melting and glass transition point may or may not be observable.

The temperature at which this occurs changes strongly with the polyethylene fabric. For common commercial grades of medium and high density polyethylene, the melting point is typically in the range of one hundred twenty to 130 ° C (two hundred forty-eight to 266 ° F). The average commercial low density polyethylene melting point is typically one hundred five to 115 ° C (two hundred twenty one to 239 ° F).

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