PACKAGING


Mic Pac
Packaging

Application:

- Are Super-light and extremely suitable for void filling and cushioning. They flow quickly and evenly, filling all spaces around different shape and size articles.

Features:

  • Unique shape works like thousands of tiny supporting spring which gives unsurpassed protection.
  • Weighing only 4 oz. per cubic foot is up to 10times lighter than other conventional packing.
  • Easy to use dispending system.
  • Highly resilent and retains its cushioning properties even after repeated use. This means substantial savings on material costs, plus important ecological benefits.
  • No need to stock bulky expensive custom packs. Mic Pac sorrounds, suspends and protects articles of every type and shape, reducing packaging material inventories and storage cost.
  • Dust less, non-hygroscopic and chemically insert. Presents less of a fire hazard than newspaper, sherdded paper and other conventional packaging materials.
  • It requires minimum instruction and no special skills.
  • Anti-static thereby eliminating any static electricity problems in most other materials.

Product Identification
Brand Name Scotch Weld
Product Name Mic Pac
Chemical Family Polystyrene
Raw Materials:
Ingredients Weight %
memtetrahydrophthalic Anhydride 15 - 40
Glass Bubbles 15 - 40
Epoxy Resin 10 - 30
Alumina Trihydrate 7 - 15
Hexanediol Diglycidyl Ether 5 - 10
Phenyl Glycidyl Ether 5 - 10
Amorphous Silica 1 - 5
Carbon Black 0.1 - 1
Physical Properties Value*
Density 0.67 kg/m
Color White liquid paste
Odor Amine
Flash Point 93.33 C
Boiling Point 94 C
Specific Gravity 0.5
Water Solubility NIL
General Physical Form Liquid
RoHS Test Result:
Test Items Unit MDL Limit Test Method
Lead mg/kg 2 ppm 1000 EPA Method 3051A/3052, ICP - AES
Cadmium mg/kg 2 ppm 100 EPA Method 3051A/3052, ICP - AES
Mercury mg/kg 2 ppm 1000 EPA Method 3051A/3052, ICP - AES/AAS
Hexavalent Chromium mg/kg 2 ppm 1000 EPA 3060A & 7196A, UV / Vis Spectrometry
PBB's mg/kg 100 ppm 1000 EPA 3540C & 3550C, GC / MS
PBDE's mg/kg 90 ppm 1000 EPA 3540C & 3550C, GC / MS