Polypropylene Flame Retardant Sheet
Polypropylene (PP) is one of the most commonly used thermoplastics in the world. Polypropylene uses range from plastic packaging, plastic parts for machinery and equipment and even fibers and textiles. It is a rigid, semi-crystalline thermoplastic that was first polymerized in 1951 and is used widely today in a range of domestic and industrial applications.
Polycarbonate is a virtually unbreakable plastic, and its variations are fashioned into eyewear lenses, protective equipment including bullet-proof glass, numerous medical devices, and can also be used as a building material in greenhouses. It can be utilized through glazing applications, digital media such as CDs, DVDs, and Blu-ray discs, as well as outdoor lighting fixtures.
These polypropylene sheets have excellent chemical resistance" corrosive environments and are easily machined. These sheets are both lightweight and strong with a hard, smooth surface that is suitable for use where bacterial buildup could be a factor. They are resistant to higher temperatures than other plastics and are a perfect choice for a plethora of projects!
- Strong and rigid
- Resistant to high temperatures
- Good abrasion resistance
- Excellent dielectric properties
- Good chemical resistance
- Plastic packaging
- Plastic parts for machinery and equipment
- Fibers and textiles.
- Plastic Furniture
- Low friction applications
- Cleaning Products Packaging
- Bleaches Packaging
- First aid Packaging
Remove dust with a soft, dry cloth. Always try to remove stains with a soft cloth wrung in lukewarm water, before applying any kind of cleaning agent.
If further cleaning is needed, you can wipe the surfaces with a soft cloth firmly wrung in water containing a mild all-purpose cleaning agent or washing-up liquid. Make sure to always finish off by wiping the surfaces with a soft, dry cloth.
Never use polish or any cleaning agent containing solvents or sanding qualities.