Polypropylene (PP) Sheet (sheet) and Rod (bullion).
Polypropylene is a plastic PP chemical resistance is often compared to PVC-U also has a good chemical resistance. The main advantages of PVC-U PP lies in its ability survive at temperatures up to 100 ° C application, we know the PVC-U only survived up to 60 ° C; in addition, for certain chemicals, such as acetic acid and chlorobenzena, PVC-U could not survive, while the PP can be used up to 100 ° C with no problems.
To overcome the shortage of PVC-U in temperature, an alternative that is often used is PVC-C (Chlorinated PVC) which has a continuous use temperature up to 85 ° c. enhancement of temperature range Unfortunately PVC-C depends very much on the process post chlorination and the purity of the raw materials used. If these two factors are not optimal,then the temperature resistance of the PVC-C generated will not reach 85 ° C so as not to resolve the issue of PVC-U temperature limitations. A better alternative is to use the PP which can be used up to a temperature of 100 ° c.
With a weight of PP 0, 91 gr/cm3 which is much lower than the PVC-C 1, 55 gr/cm3, PP much lighter making material PP price per kg weight becomes lower than PVC-c. The weight of thelight weight combined with chemical resistance properties that are either made of PP has an efficient economical price for the chemical industry.
Application: chemical Tanks, chemical pumps, valves, gaskets, pickling tank, passivasi tank, anodize tank metal, degreasing tank, tank electroplating, etching tanks, galvanizing tanks, spacer for plating, plating barrels, fume exhaust scrubbers and its components, tank and chamber for the washer and storage tank systems, sirkulas