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Pro-fax SV956

Basell Polyolefins - Polypropylene Copolymer General Information

Product Description "Pro-fax" SV956 fully formulated (antistatic, nucleated, and slip modified), high melt flow polypropylene copolymer resin is designed for fast rate injection molding of caps and closures. This resin has a better balance of impact strength and stiffness than the homopolymer resins typically used in the closure industry. "Pro-fax" SV956 resin meets FDA requirements in the Code of Federal Regulations in 21 CFR 177.1520 for all food contact, including cooking applications. All ingredients in "Pro-fax" SV956 resin meet the chemical registration requirements of TSCA (U.S.) and DSL (Canada). General Ashland Product Code 5945612 000 01B 5945612 200 01A 5945612 790 01A Material Status Commercial: Active Availability Africa Middle East Asia North America Australia Pacific Rim Latin America Test Standards Available ASTM Features Antistatic Impact Resistance, Good Cycle (Production), Fast Odor Transfer, Low Dimensional Stability, Good Stiffness, Good Flow, High Taste Transfer, Low Gloss, High Warpage, Low Uses Caps, Closure Containers, Thin-Walled Closures Household Goods Agency Ratings FDA 21 CFR 177.1520 1 Forms Pellets

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Physical Density -Specific Gravity (Method B) Melt Mass-Flow Rate (MFR) (230°C/2.16 kg) Mechanical Tensile Strength @ Yield Tensile Elongation @ Yld Flexural Modulus (Procedure A) 3 Impact Notched Izod Impact (73 °F, Injection Molded) 4 Thermal DTUL @66psi - Unannealed Additional Properties Drop Weight Impact Strength, Basell Test Method, 5°C: 12 ft-lbs Nominal Value 0.902 35 Nominal Value 4500 7 1% Secant: 210000 Unit sp gr 23/23°C g/10 min Unit psi % psi Test Method ASTM D792 ASTM D1238 Test Method ASTM D638 ASTM D638 ASTM D790 Test Method ASTM D256 Test Method ASTM D648

Nominal Value Unit 0.6 ft-lb/in Nominal Value Unit 252 °F


When used unmodified for the manufacture of food contact articles, Pro-fax SV956 will comply with Food Additive Regulations FDA 21 CFR 177.1520 under the U.S. Food, Drug and Cosmetic Act. Such uses are subject to good manufacturing practices and any other limitations which are part of the statute or regulations. These should be consulted for complete details. 2 Typical properties. Not to be construed as specifications.

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0.05 in/min Method A

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