It is used in products such as the following:

  • Plastic parts - from toys to automobile products
  • Carpeting - in all forms of carpeting
  • Reusable products - especially in containers and similar products
  • Paper - used in various applications for stationery and other writing bindings
  • Technology - commonly found in loudspeakers and similar types of equipment
  • Laboratory equipment - in virtually every aspect where plastics are found
  • Thermoplastic fiber reinforced composites


  • Lightweight and very flexible
  • High melting point
  • Easy to customise
  • Can be coloured in various ways
  • Does not absorb water
  • Does not deteriorate in the presence of bacteria


Polypropylene provides excellent resistance to organic solvents, degreasing agents and electrolytic attack. It has a lower impact strength, but its working temperatures and tensile strength are superior to low or high density polyethylene.


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