Polypropylene (PP)

It is a polymer which is produced by propylene monomer (obtained from gasses which comes out of olefin plants and oil refineries), being polymerized by coordination catalysts. Because of its low density and high resistance it has a very high strength/weight ratio. It is therefore the most commonly used polymer in every field. Including but not limited to automotives, textiles and packing industries. The melting point of polypropylene crystals is about 160 degrees and processes take place usually over 200 degrees.

Three Type of PP
  • PPH – Polypropylene Homo Polymer
  • PPC – Polypropylene Copolymer
  • PPRC – Polypropylene Random Copolymer
Usage Areas
  • Sack thread
  • Carpet Yarn (BCF)
  • BOPP and OPP film
  • Automotive parts
  • Garden furniture
  • Electrical tools
  • Pipes and additional connective parts
  • Clean-Dirty Water Pipes
  • Containers and Kitchen Appliances
  • Disposable cups, plates, etc.
  • Suitcase
  • Sterile medical supplies
  • Air filter
  • Test tubes
  • Ban