Polypropylene is a thermoplastic polymer. Polypropylene, with an annual consumption of 35 million tons and accounted for 21 percent of the global consumption of basic polymers, is second only to the most widely used polymer. The ability to enhance filler, reinforcement and other modifiers have made polypropylene a highly volatile polymer. Polypropylene was prepared by Karl René and Geliu Nata in 1954. Polypropylene was used to provide various injectables such as supplies Kitchen, cars, sportswear, weaving sack, weaving, wrapping of cables and wires, packaging equipment, construction of battery packs, toys, laboratory appliances and so on.
The name of the material (Farsi): Polypropylene
The name of the material (English): Poly Propylene
Brand (Farsi): Polypropylene
Brand (English): PP
Other names: homopolymer polypropylene, polypropylene copolymer
Production complexes: Bandar Imam Petrochemical Complex
This type of polymer, with an annual consumption of 35 million tons and accounted for 21 percent of the global consumption of basic polymers, is the second most toxic polymer in the world. The ability to increase filler, reinforcement and other modifiers has made polypropylene a highly volatile polymer. It has also been replaced with engineering polymers by improving its considerable properties. In 1998, the global production capacity of this type of polymer was 29.29 million tons, up 6.3 percent in 2003 to reach about 3.40 million tons. The use of this polymer, the car industry, interior decoration, butterfly, car floor, battery box. Also in the manufacture of cabinets, radios and TVs, dishwasher components, washers and plumbing mixers. Polypropylene is used to make films for use in the food packaging industry as well as the production of single strands and fibers for use in the manufacture of back, rug and sack, silos, artificial grass coatings, anti-creeping ropes, fishing nets and brushes. Use of polypropylene. Global demand for polypropylene in 2013 is estimated at around 60.8 million tones. In 1954, it was provided by Karl René and Geliu Nata. Since 1957, it was used extensively in synthesis operations.
Types of injectable items such as kitchen appliances, automobiles, sportswear, weaving sticks, matting, wire and cable coatings, packaging equipment, battery building, toys, laboratory appliances and the like.
Physical and chemical properties:
Chemical formula: (C3-H6) n
Molecular Weight Monomer: 42
Density: 0.855 g / cm3
Melting amorphous point ~ 160 ° C
The molten polypropylene can be obtained from the extrusion and molding process
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