Product description

Eastman Tritan™ Renew DX4001-50 Natural is an amorphous copolyester with excellent appearance and clarity. Eastman Tritan™ Renew DX4001-50 Natural contains a mold release derived from vegetable-based sources. Its most outstanding features include excellent heat and chemical resistance, toughness, and hydrolytic stability. The chemical resistance of Eastman Tritan™ Renew DX4001-50 Natural make it an ideal polymer solution for beverageware and small appliance applications where sunscreen/essential oil, citrus, and alcohol resistance are needed in order to maintain clarity and appearance. In addition, the outstanding chemical resistance and hydrolytic stability of Eastman Tritan™ Renew DX4001-50 Natural copolyester delivers enhanced durability in the heat, humidity and aggressive chemical environment in both residential and commercial dishwashers.

Eastman Renew polymers have been certified by International Sustainability & Carbon Certification (ISCC), a global, independent agency for tracking sustainable content in a variety of industries. Renew polymers are produced with ISCC certified circular content by mass balance allocation.

Renew polymers enable a brand to reduce consumption of fossil feedstock-based plastics, achieve sustainability targets without compromise, and be a fast mover in a growing market for sustainable consumer products.


  • Appliances (food contact)
  • Comrcl housewrs
  • Consumer housewares - food contact (fc)

    Key attributes

    • Dishwasher safe
    • Excellent chemical resistance
    • Excellent clarity
    • Excellent heat resistance
    • Excellent processing
    • Fast drying times
    • Outstanding impact resistance
    • Quick cycle times

      Regulatory information and data sheets

      Product availability

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