High-capacity new HDPE used in injection molding

2021-03-23 12:54:41 admin

High-capacity new HDPE used in injection molding

According to Hydrocarbonprocessing reports, Indian Oil, as the largest oil refining company in India, recently launched a high-capacity HDPE-Propel HDPE 080M60, which is used in injection molding.

This new level of high-capacity PE is the first to be launched in the world. No polymer resin manufacturer has developed products with similar performance before, which brings cutting-edge competitive advantages to end customers.

This new material can greatly improve the performance of products in injection molding applications, such as material transportation crates, plastic covers, shells, household goods, and thin-walled products. While improving productivity, it can save energy and enhance product beauty and size. stability.

According to an earlier report by MRC, the Paradip Refinery (Paradip Refinery) with an investment of Rs 34,555 crore will be constructed in phases starting in March 2015, with an annual refining capacity of 15 million tons. The company plans to invest 200 million rupees to build another petrochemical complex near the Baradeb refinery and is currently conducting a feasibility study.

The predecessor of Indian Petroleum Corporation was the Indian Oil Refining Co., Ltd. established by the Indian government in 1958. In 1959, the Indian government established the Indian Petroleum Corporation, with the main goal of providing petroleum products to Indian state-owned enterprises and selling state-owned oil refinery products. After 1961, Standard-Vacuum Oil Company and Shell Oil Company provoked a price war to squeeze out the Indian Petroleum Company Limited from the market, but with the support of the government, Indian Oil Company defeated foreign oil companies and emerged as the main Indian oil company. Petroleum Co., Ltd.

The company is headquartered in New Delhi. Its main business activities include oil refining, sales and international trade activities. Its main task is to reduce India’s dependence on foreign oil, thereby saving valuable foreign exchange. It includes the refining, production and transportation of petroleum products, including crude oil, motor oil, lubricants and other petroleum products.