Poly Propylene (PP)
Poly Propylene has characteristics that are extremely similar to those of the HDPE. PP is often divided into the Homo PP and the Co PP.
Although the PP density is extremely small (between 0.9 and 0.94), it is mechanically much stronger and harder than the HDPE, has better electro insulating properties.
It is also highly chemical resistant.
· Low specific gravity (0.9 or lower), transparent, 95% crystalline,
· Often used as a hard molding material,
· Although it is shock absorbent in room temperature, because it loses its strength against shock in temperatures below 5°C, it requires a grade that is highly shock absorbent,
· Heat resistant, wear resistant,
· Waterproof, chemical resistant,
· Smells like gasoline and loses stickiness and printability when combusted,
· Ages slowly under the sunlight and heat,
· More affordable and light weight than the HDPE,
· Extremely light, insulates well, and easily workable using machines,
· Can be welded or fused.
· Plating, chemical tank lining, gears, poller guides,
· Various ducts and storage tanks,
· Electrolytic cell,
· Structures and lining of fish breeding grounds,
· Foodholds and cutting boards.
|Product Availability :|
|Sheet||Size :||8 to 25 mm|
|Width x Length :||4" X 8"|