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ISO 20299-2:2017

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Film for wrapping rubber bales — Part 2: Natural rubber

ISO 20299-2:2017 specifies the material and physical property requirements for non-strippable low density polyethylene film for wrapping natural rubber bales comprising of block natural rubber of 33,33 kg or 35 kg and natural rubber ribbed smoked sheets including bales of 33,33 kg, 35 kg, 50 kg and 111,11 kg, or any other bale weights as mutually agreed between the parties, and intended to keep the bales separate during transportation and storage.

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