PP, a polyolefin, is a thermoplastic made by the polymerization of propylene gas, a by-product of petroleum refining.
With a good strength-to-weight ratio, PP offers a balance of thermal, chemical and electrical properties with moderate strength. It is ideally suited to environments where there is a concern for bacteria build-up that can interfere with the flow.
Approved for direct food contact.
Good insulating properties.
With excellent arc resistance and dielectric strength, PP can be used extensively in electrical applications.
PP has good resistance to chemicals and solvents, including aqueous, salts, acids, or alkaline solutions. It also has very low permeability to water vapor and gasses.
When designing with PP, the coefficient of thermal expansion, modulus of elasticity, and compressive strengths need to be considered.
PP can be fabricated with standard woodworking tools. It can be butt welded, extrusion welded, fusion welded, and spun welded.
Radio and TV Equipment
Chemical process equipment
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