|Size||10mm to 400mm|
|Country of Origin||Made in India|
Extruded PP rods in dia 16mm - 400mm, standard length of 1000mm long.
Polypropylene (PP) is light, strong, having resistance to chemicals and with a low friction surface, all of which make it ideal as a replacement for wood or metal which are the materials traditionally used. PP is a high corrosion resistant material, which exhibits excellent tensile strength and stiffness at elevated temperatures.
Copolymer Polypropylene is harder than HDPE and likely to show good properties in lower temperatures. Copolymers have better impact strength, are good at lower temperatures than homopolymer & exhibit slight fall in other properties. Copolymer sheets are suitable for vacuum/ thermo-forming and mechanical fabrications.
Homopolymer Polypropylene is harder, possesses excellent resistance to organic solvents and degreasing agent as well as electrolytic attack. Compared to low or high-density polyethene, it has a lower impact strength but superior working temperature and tensile strength.
Properties Of Polypropylene Extruded Rods:
|Specific Gravity||D769||0.902 - 0.910|
|P.S.I. Tensile Strength||D638||4300 - 5500|
|% Elongation||D638||200.0 - 700.0|
|P.S.I. Comprehensive Strength||D695||5500 - 8000|
|Impact strength (1/2x1/2 in. notched)||D256||0.5 - 2.280 (1/8 x 1/2 In bar)|
|Hardness Rockwell||D785||80 -110|
|105 P.S.I. 73 0F Flexural Modulus||D790||1.7 - 2.5|
|Coefficient of friction||---||0.3|
|-10 4cal sec cm3 C cm Thermal conductivity||C177||2.8|
|Thermal Expansion 105 per 0C||D696||5.8 - 10.2|
|Resistance to heat 0C (Continuous)||---||1100 C|
|??? - cm (23 0C50%) Volume resistivity||D257||1016|
|1/8 in thickness volts mil Dielectric strength||D149||500-650|
|1 KHz Dielectric constant||D150||2.2 - 2.6|
|1 KHz Dissipation (power) factor||D150||0.0005|
|24 / j3.2 mm% Water absorption 24 hr. 3.2 thickness, %||D570||0.01 - 0.03|
|in mm Burning rate||D635||0.75 - 0.82|
|Effect of weak acids||D534||None|
|Effect of strong acids||D543||Attacked slowly by oxidizing acids|
|Effect of weak alkalies||D543||None|
|Effect of Strong Alkalies||D543||Resistant|
|Effect of organic solvents||D543||Resistant below 800 C|
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