Eastar™ CN015 copolyester is a high flow product that contains a mold release. It is the first copolyester resin from Eastman that has been designed and engineered specifically for cosmetics packaging applications. With its unsurpassed color and clarity and an unmatched ability to mold thick parts with improved gate aesthetics, Eastar™ CN is clearly the most suited copolyester for premium cosmetics packaging. Other oustanding features of Eastar™ CN are excellent chemical resistance, high gloss, and improvements in processing such as faster drying times, faster cycle times, and lower scrap rates. Eastar™ CN is also ideally suited for two-shot molding techniques due to its lower processing temperatures, very slow crystallization rate, and flow characteristics.
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The CRADLE TO CRADLE CERTIFIEDcm Mark is a registered certification mark used under license through McDonough Braungart Design Chemistry (MBDC). MBDC is a global sustainability consulting and product certification firm. The CRADLE TO CRADLE® framework moves beyond the traditional goal of reducing the negative impacts of commerce (‘eco-efficiency’), to a new paradigm of increasing its positive impacts (‘eco-effectiveness’). At its core, Cradle to Cradle design perceives the safe and productive processes of nature’s ‘biological metabolism’ as a model for developing a ‘technical metabolism’ flow of industrial materials. Product components can be designed for continuous recovery and reutilization as biological and technical nutrients within these metabolisms. For more information about MBDC and to obtain printable certificates for Eastman Copolyesters, visit http://www.mbdc.com.