In what industries is polypropylene used?

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Polypropylene has been able to replace engineering polymers and even metal parts in industrial applications due to its easy acceptance of high amounts of various fillers and reinforcements, and as a result, a wide market has been opened for it

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  • Israel
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  • Yemen
Polypropylene has been able to replace engineering polymers and even metal parts in industrial applications due to its easy acceptance of high amounts of various fillers and reinforcements, and as a result, a wide market has been opened for it

Polypropylene has been able to replace engineering polymers and even metal parts in industrial applications due to its easy acceptance of high amounts of various fillers and reinforcements, and as a result, a wide market has been opened for it. In addition, alloying with other polymers has diversified the grades and applications of this polymer. Polypropylene is used in:

  • Pipe
  • Research
  • Thermoforming containers and plastic cartons
  • Injection parts
  • Fiber
  • Blow molding
  • Belts and straps


Compared to other polymers, polypropylene has distinctive and prominent characteristics, which are:

  • Relatively cheap price of propylene monomer compared to other polymer monomers
  • Low price of PP compared to other polymers
  • Specific weight and lightweight of PP
  • Flexibility and wide range of PP production with variable physical and chemical properties:
  • Increase new applications and improve the properties of new production grades
  • Increase the use of PP in medical devices and equipment and develop applications of special grade PP
  • Increase consumption of PP as an alloy with other polymers
  • Replacement of polymers such as PS, PE, etc. with PP
     

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