Cellular Polypropylene (PP) is a polymer formed from propylene monomer, mechanically resistant and resistant to many chemical solvents, bases and acids.
Polypropylene is a type of plastic that can be heat molded, that is, it is a thermoplastic. It has properties similar to polyethylene (PE), but with a high softening point.
ADVANTAGES OF CELLULAR POLYPROPYLENE
Great resistance to chemicals: alkalis and acids.
High mechanical properties.
High resistance to temperature.
Optimal cost / quality ratio.
Compatible with most existing processing techniques.
It is the plastic with the lowest specific weight (0,9 g / cm3).
It is impervious to water.
Good organoleptic properties.
Easy to color.
High resistance to bending or fatigue fracture.
Good resistance to impact superior to temperatures above 15 ° C.
Good thermal stability.
Easy to molding.
TYPES AND FORMATS
The standard cellular polypropylene sheets are presented in 3000 x 2000 mm sheets with cellular ribbed structure in different thicknesses from 3,5 to 10 mm in white, black and blue colors. Other options are available under manufacture and minimum order.