LyondellBasell (LYB) Plastic Distributor

LyondellBasell (LYB)

LyondellBasell (LYB) is one of the largest plastics, chemicals and refining companies in the world. LYB is the world's largest producer of polypropylene compounds and the largest licensor of polyolefin technologies.


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Adstif Polypropylene

Alathon® line of high density polyethylene (HDPE) resins includes bi-modal, high molecular weight (HMW) grades used in pressure pipe and blown film, general purpose and thin-wall injection molding grades, and blown film grades known for their moisture barrier performance. 

Alcryn® Melt-processable Rubber (MPR) is a true rubber, based on a partially cross-linked, chlorinated olefin interpolymer alloy, and is designed for the manufacture of rubber parts with high productivity on thermoplastic processing equipment. 

Aquathene XLDE Moisture Crosslinkable Resins are designed for wire and cable applications. 

Adflex Resins are advanced reactor thermoplastics (TPOs) produced using proprietary Catalloy process technology.  

Adsyl Propylene is a propylene, plus ethylene and butene-based random copolymers and terpolymers with high comonomer ratios that deliver improved sealing properties. They are used in film extrusion technologies -- biaxially-oriented polypropylene (BOPP), double bubble, cast and blown film.  

Dexflex Thermoplastic Polyolefins (TPOs) combined with their quality and consistency, makes them cost-effective alternatives in automotive applications. 

HifaxPolypropylene (PP) resins are based on the Catalloy* process building and construction (e.g., single-ply roofing), industrial applications (e.g., wire and cable) and in automotive industries through LyondellBasell resins and Hifax* PP compounds.  

Sequel Thermoplastic Polyolefins (TPOs) address demanding performance requirements, including meeting specific customer needs for automotive exterior and interior applications.  

DuraGrip® Thermoplastic Elastomers (TPEs) are a versatile material that enhances consumer or light industrial products through its elastomeric properties and features, including a soft-touch feel.  

HostacomPolypropylene (PP) are glass fiber-reinforced, mineral filled and unfilled colored PP compounds and thermoplastic polyolefins (TPOs), used in electrical appliances, automotive interiors, under-the-hood and structural components. 

IntegrateFunctionalized Polyolefins are chemically modified to provide anhydride functionality on the polymer backbone. They are used in coupling agents for filled/reinforced polyolefin formulations and wood (wood fiber) and polyolefin composites (WPC); compatibilizers for polymer blends/alloys; polymer modifiers; dispersion aids and additives for adhesive fibers for woven and nonwoven applications. 

Koattro is a novel family of high-molecular-weight plastomers with unique properties. The key features of Koattro include: elasticity, softness, impact resistance or toughness, sealing properties, hot tack properties, breathability, good tensile properties, low flexural modulus, tackiness, transparency, and High PP compatibility. Koattro resins are utilized in food packaging, industrial film, tubing, caps and closures, gaskets, TPV, TPE and adhesives.

Lupolen Low Density and High Density Polyethylene (LDPE and HDPE) grades are used in a variety of processing technologies, including blow molding, pipe and film extrusion and injection molding.  

Metocene Polypropylene (PP) Resins are produced using metallocene catalysts. Metocene*resins are used in packaging, nonwovens, fibers, medical labware and appliances. 

Microthene Low, Linear Low and High Density Polyethylene (LDPE, LLDPE, HDPE) Powders are used in rotational molding, as a low profile additive for fiber reinforced plastics, as a binder in granulated carbon water filters and as a partitioning agent for tacky polymers. 

Petrothene Low, Linear Low and High Density Polyethylene (LDPE, LLDPE, HDPE) Polyethylene Resins and Compounds, which include homopolymer and copolymer grades, are used in blow molding, injection molding, sheet, film, extrusion coating rotomolding and wire & cable applications.  

Pro-fax Homopolymer, Random and Impact Copolymer Polypropylene products are used in a variety of processes including extrusion, thermoforming, injection molding and blow molding for packaging, automotive and consumer products applications. 

Polypropylene (PP) has a wide range of performance characteristics from high stiffness to good impact and heat resistance. These products also have lower density, thus providing a yield advantage compared to most other polymers. 

Purell Resins offer excellent aesthetic characteristics (clarity and gloss), outstanding organoleptic properties (low taste and odor), inertia to most chemicals and a full range of stiffness and mechanical resistance (even at low temperatures) for healthcare applications. 

Softell Polypropylene (PP) is a soft touch PP resin based on the Catalloy* process technology. Softell* deliver plasticizer free solutions, excellent haptics (“soft touch”), good temperature resistance, good compatibility with other polyolefins and outstanding toughness and scratch resistance. 

Toppyl is a Polybutene-1 based seal peel solution which could be used in most of the film technology. The broad range of Toppyl grades offer a peelable seal to PE substrates or to seal and peel against itself, to PP substrates or to seal and peel against itself, and for no polyolefin substrates likes PS and PET. They could be used in a dry blend or to completely replace the sealing layer in a coextruded film. They are designed to provide a constant, easy-opening force over a wide sealing temperature window and is readily processable on conventional equipment in both mono and co-extruded structures.

UltratheneEthylene Vinyl Acetate (EVA) copolymers combine many of the advantages of low-density /polyethylene (LDPE), such as clarity and toughness, with outstanding flexibility, low-temperature performance and lower heat seal initiation temperatures.  

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