• Polietilen (PE)
    AYPE YYPE LAYPE
  • Polipropilen (PP)
    HOPP COPP PPRC
  • Polistiren (PS)
    POLYSTYRENE 2 VARIOUS GOODS … THEM CRYSTAL ANTISHOCK
  • Polivinil Klorür (PVC)
    S-PVC E-PVC
  • Masterbatch Additives
    White Masterbatch Black Masterbatch Color Masterbatch Compound Masterbatches
  • Calcite
    Calcium Carbonate
  • Poliamid-6 (PA6)
    NATURAL - BLACK - WHITE - GLASS FIBER
  • Polycarbonate (PC)
    Polycarbonates are a special group of thermoplastics.
  • Styrene Acrylonitrile (SAN)
    Styrene Acrylonitrile (SAN) is a copolymer of styrene with acrylonitrile.
  • Polyethylene Terephthalate
    PET, PETE, PETP
  • Polyacetal (POM)
    POM is a widely used material in a wide variety of engineering applications in all industries.

Polypropylene (PP)

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Polypropylene (PP) is a macromolecular product of propylene polymerization. It is formed as white powder or granules, and it is a hard thermoplastic polymer.

History of polypropylene began in 1954, when German and Italian chemists Karl Rehn and Giulio Natta, made the first polymerization.

Commercialization began three years later. Polypropylene represents the most versatile polymer. It is used for the production of strength, flexible, light weight and resistance to heat products. Also polypropylene can be used for fibers and in the industrial and agricultural sector.

POLYPROPYLENE 3 VARIOUS GOODS … THEM

  • HOPP
  • COPP
  • PPRC

  • BOPP Film (Food, Cigarettes, Cassettes & CD Packaging)

  • Jumbo Bag Production

  • Thermoform Sheet Extrusion

  • Kitchen Articles, Upholstery, Chairs, Tables & Picnic Furniture

  • Continuous Flament

  • Kitchen Articles

  • Bulk Continuous Flament (Carpet Production)

  • Nonwoven Production

  • Large-Sized Kitchen Articles

  • Corrugated Cardboard and Profiles

  • Battery Box

  • Storage Containers

  • Yoghurt Box, Paint Box

  • Pipe Fittings

  • Pipes for Water Systems 

  • Transparent Kitchen Articles,

  • Storage Boxes

  • Specific Gravity :0,91 gr/cm³

  • Tensile Strenght :30-40 MPa

  • Flexural Modulus :1400-1600 MPa

  • IZOD Impact Strenght (notched):5-10 kj/m²

  • Heat Deflection Temperature :110 ºC

  • Vicat Softening Temperature:150 ºC

  • Cost advantage

  • Strength

  • It is preferred because of easy mold penetration.

  • Resistance to chemical oil and solvents with them

  • High strength

  • Low coefficient of friction

  • Other advantages are nourishment and resistance to heat.