PE is the abbreviation for polyethylene, which is a thermoplastic resin polymerized by ethylene. In industry, it also includes a copolymer of ethylene and a small amount of α-olefin; PE plastic bag is a transparent plastic bag that can be used for packaging clothing, luggage, electronic products, etc. The probability of plastic bags appearing in life is still very high. However, there are many types of plastic bags, and we may not know how to make a choice. But with the increasing probability of using plastic bags, PE plastic bags have also become a common one in life. PE plastic bags have a certain degree of flexibility and can bring a certain degree of heat resistance during use, so many people like them very much. But in daily life, you will find that some commonly used quantities are not a single substance, but many different substances.
One of the more common PE plastic bags is high polymer. In order to effectively improve the current performance of plastic bags, different auxiliary materials are also added, such as adding stabilizers or lubricants, which can meet the use effects in daily life.
Although there are many types of plastic bags, PE plastic bags are recognized as more popular. This is mainly because they are cheaper, more convenient to use, and can effectively provide convenience for life. According to different materials, of course, it is also divided into various fields. In short, it has a wide range of effects, no wonder most people can use it.
In addition, PE plastic wrap can also be called PE plastic bag. Note that the plastic wrap that is in direct contact with food must be made of PE (the other is generally PVC), which is safer for the human body. Analysis method: The transparency, stretchability and viscosity of PVC cling film are stronger than that of PE plastic bags. When the PVC cling film burns, the flame is black, black smoke, pungent, and will not drip oil. It will automatically go out after leaving the fire source. But when the PE plastic bag burns, the flame is yellow, odorless, dripping oil, and it can continue to burn after leaving the fire source.