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Licocene® PPA 330 TP TERRA

Licocene PPA 330 TP TERRA is an amorphous metallocene-technology based propylene-ethylene-copolymer made from mass-balanced certified renewable propylene and ethylene.

  • Fossil Resources saving product
  • Open time extender and plasticizer
  • Excellent environmental and health profile
  • Completely non-toxic, no eye or skin irritation no allergenic potential, food contact approval
  • Absence of mineral oil saturated hydrocarbons MOSH and mineral oil aromatic hydrocarbons MOAH
  • Negligible odor, reduced VOC´s and FOG
  • High compatibility with polymers and resins
  • Low density
  • More mileage and less consumption
  • Improved productivity
  • Faster production cycle, recyclability 
  • 100% renewable carbon according to REDcert² mass balance

The product does not require a hazard warning label according CLP regulation (Regulation (EC) No. 1272/2008, as amended).
For further information please refer to the Material Safety Data Sheet.

General Properties
Characteristics  Unit  Target Value  Test Method 
Appearance  turbid to clear paste QM-AA-634  
Glass transition temperature[°C]  ~ -44 QM-AA-924  
Viscosity[mPa·s]   ~ 200DIN 53019 at 170°C

Licocene PPA 330 TP TERRA is an amorphous metallocene-technology based propylene-ethylene-copolymer.
It works with a great efficiency as a plasticizer in most Homo- or Copolymers.
In the right combination it is possible to formulate pressure sensitive adhesives (PSA) thereof.
Guide formulations are available.

Packaging and Handling

Delivery form

Steel drum 150 kg
Pallet 600 kg (4 drums)

For best shelf life store this product in a dry area at normal ambient temperatures.
Minimum shelf life is two years from the date of shipping when properly stored.

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