Linear low-density Polyethylene (LLDPE) :

LLDPE is distinct by a density range of 0.915–0.925 g/cm3. LLDPE is a significantly linear polymer with important numbers of short branches, usually made by copolymerization of ethylene with short-chain alpha-olefins.

LLDPE has higher tensile strength than LDPE, it exhibits higher effect and puncture resistance than LDPE.
Lower thickness films can be blown, compared with LDPE, with better environmental stress cracking resistance but is not as easy to process.
LLDPE is used in packaging, particularly film for bags and sheets.

Lower thickness may be used compared to LDPE. Cable covering, toys, lids, buckets, containers and pipe.

LLDPE is used mainly in film applications due to its toughness, flexibility and comparative transparency.

Product examples range from agricultural films, wrapping, to multilayer and composite films.