Polypropylene Polystone PPH – Properties and Applications of Polypropylene Polystone PPH from Dotmar

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Background

Key Properties of Polypropylene Polystone PPH

Physical Properties of Polypropylene Polystone PPH

Applications of Polypropylene Polystone PPH

Available Forms of Polypropylene Polystone PPH

Background

Polypropylene Polystone PP(H) a polyolefin which is much stiffer and harder with high heat resistance and excellent chemical resistance at elevated temperatures. Used extensively in the chemical process industry.

Key Properties of Polypropylene Polystone PPH

Key properties of Dotmar Polypropylene Polystone PPH include:

         Mechanical Strength - a hard, stiff, readily workable material.

         Impact resistance - robust and tough.

         Moisture resistance - excellent food and chemical applications.

         Weldable - suitable for fabrication.

Physical Properties of Polypropylene Polystone PPH

Table 1. Physical properties of Dotmar Polypropylene Polystone PPH

Property

Value

Specific Gravity
g/cm3

0.9

Minimum/Maximum Service Temperature in Air
°C

-

10/130

Tensile Strength Yield

MPa

26

Impact Resistance

DIN 53505 Notched Impact Strength

MJ/mm2

10

Hardness

Shore D

72

Co-efficient of Thermal Expansion

mm/(mmxK) x 10-6

200

Dielectric Strength

KV/mm

50

Surface Resistivity

Ohms

1x1016

FDA Approved

Yes

Applications of Polypropylene Polystone PPH

Typical applications of Dotmar Polypropylene Polystone PPH include:

         Pipe flanges

         Tanks - Chemical Storage

         Electroplating Barrels

         Fume Cupboards

Available Forms of Polypropylene Polystone PPH

Table 2. Summary of the forms that Dotmar Polypropylene Polystone PPH can be delivered.

Form

Sizes

PPH Sheet

Thickness: 1 - 100 mm

Sizes: 2000 x 1000, 3000 x 1500 mm

PPH Rod

Diameter: 10 - 300 mm

Machined PPH Parts

 

 

Source: Dotmar Engineering Plastic Products

 

For more information on this source please visit Dotmar

 

Date Added: Mar 13, 2008 | Updated: Jun 11, 2013
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