|Moulding Compound Extruded||PP-H,ECH,16-09-003|
|Extruded To Moulding Compound Standard||DIN EN ISO 19069-1|
|Moulding Compound Pressed||PP-H,QCH,16-09-003|
|Pressed To Moulding Compound Standard||DIN EN ISO 19069-1|
|Density, g/cm3, DIN EN ISO 1183||0.910|
|Tensile Modulus of Elasticity, MPa, DIN EN ISO 527||1700|
|Yield Stress, MPa, DIN EN ISO 527||33|
|Elongation at yield, % , DIN EN ISO 527||8|
|Impact Strength, kJ/m2, DIN EN ISO 179||Without Break|
|Notched Impact Strength Charpy, kJ/m2, DIN EN ISO 179-1eA||9|
|Shore Hardness D (15 s), DIN EN ISO 868||72|
|Surface Resistivity, Ohm , DIN IEC 60093||>1013|
|Temperature Range||0 to +100 Degree C|
|Fire Behaviour DIN 4102||DIN 4102 B2 normal flammability (self-assessment without test certificate)|
Polypropylene is the most widely used material for chemical- technical applications. Compared to PE, it displays greater rigidly particularly in the upper service temperature range (up to + 100 ° C). Its key characteristics also include excellent chemical resistance, good long term properties when exposed to various substances and high stress crack resistance.
There are two types of polypropylene: Homo polymers (PP-H) and copolymers (PP-C). PP-H consists entirely of a combination of propylene monomers and covers a service temperature range 0 °C to +100° C, PP-C features a chemical combination of propylene monomers and ethylene monomers, which increases the material’s impact strength at low temperature. PP-C covers a service temperature range from -20 °C to +80 °C and is less rigid from than PP-H.