AVERY DENNISON TO PRESENT POLYPROPYLENE FILM TOUGHNESS STUDY AT ANTEC® CONFERENCE

Saturday, March 14, 2015

Avery Dennison Label and Packaging Materials has announced that Arzu Hayirlioglu Topuzlu, technology leadership associate, will be presenting a paper titled, “Toughness Study of Center Cracked Polypropylene Films with Temperature Effect,” at the 2015 Society of Plastic Engineers’ ANTEC® Conference being held in Orlando, Florida, March 23-25, 2015.

Arzu Hayirlioglu Topuzlu

The Avery Dennison ANTEC presentation describes how impurities such as gels, dirt or other contaminants can cause polypropylene films to become defective. In order to validate its hypothesis, a lab scale test method was created to determine the effect of flaw size and temperature on defect growth in cast MDO polypropylene films. The study reflects the Avery Dennison commitment to further refine its products in order to offset the risk of process downtime and improve converting performance.

The paper summarizes the work of a six-person Avery Dennison research team and is co-authored by Topuzlu and Hoang Pham, principal engineer – films.

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