Marlex


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Marlex

A proprietary mesh used to reinforce tissues during herniorrhaphy, to repair and prevent recurrence.

Marlex®

Surgery A proprietary mesh used to reinforce tissues during herniorrhaphy, to repair and prevent recurrence. Cf Gore-Tex®.
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5 GF, GP, HO, MU, UV Marlex HGV-045 Phillips Sumika
The LDPE was a Marlex grade (Chevron Phillips Chemical Company, TX) with a melt index of 25 g/10 min and a density of 0.
Marlex ALN-070 from Phillips Sumika Polypropylene Co.
3]), made by Chevron Phillips under registered trademark Marlex [R] HMN 4550 were used in our experiments.
The materials used were injection-grade high-density polyethylene, from Marlex (HMN6060) and Sabic Ladene (M200056).
963 density) under the Marlex tradename in the summer of 1956, although it had provided pilot plant quantities as early as 1955.
Wham-O, which trademarked the Hula Hoop name and was its most successful manufacturer, produced the toy using Phillip's Marlex HDPE.
The materials used were high-density polyethylene (HDPE; Marlex, HMN6060), low-density polyethylene (LDPE; Cosmothene), polypropylene (PP; HMC, PROFAX6331), and polystyrene (PS; DOW, 685D).
The HDPE used in the experiment was from Marlex (HMN6060), as it has distinctively different appearances before and after melting.
Polyolefins (high density polyethylene, HDPE, Marlex HMN4550-3, Phillips; or polypropylene.
Marlex HNZ-02, a 2-MFR nucleated grade, looks promising as an alternative to random copolymers for 4-oz to 1-qt single-serve food containers.
The Marlex brand, previously used for Phillips HDPE and Phillips Sumika Polypropylene products, now applies to all CP Chem PE and PP resins for rigid uses like bottles, pipe, sheet, profiles, injection molding, and rotomolding.