A new polypropylene resin called Clyrell RC5056 suitable has been developed by PolyMirae for applications in food containers because of its resistance to high temperatures as well as its durability and transparency. The company, a joint venture of LyondellBasell and Daelim, says that the resin is ideal for processing methods such as injection blow molding and injection stretch blow molding. The new resin offers high heat resistance needed for disinfection and adds to the range of materials used in application for food containers, such as baby bottles.It exhibits high gloss, high transparency and high heat-resistance and offers appropriate flowability for various processing methods such as injection molding, injection stretch blow molding (ISBM) and injection blow molding (IBM). The resin is recyclable and meets FDA food contact cooking condition requirements. Inherent characteristics include its high chemical inertness, which addresses a need in food containers requiring high durability and transparency such as baby bottles, high-end transparent containers, water purifiers in refrigerators and water containers. In addition, producers of high-end cosmetic containers and electronic products may also find use for Clyrell RC5056. The resin has very low haze value of 9 compared to 18 of the other standard polypropylene random copolymers and offers the benefit of potential cycle time reduction by 10% under the appropriate operational condition. Clyrell RC5056 is easy to process and provides an attractive cost/performance ratio.