Definitions for "Polypropylene"
Also known as olefin, a propylene/ethylene-based synthetic fiber. Features include being hydrophobic, quick-drying, colorfast, and good at heat retention. Subject to shrinkage, oil absorption and sudden meltdown in hot dryers.
Commonly used to make excellent non absorbent underwear (thermal wear). Also used in helmet construction.
Any of various thermoplastic plastics or fibres that are polymers of propylene. Polypropylene can be made into fibres, where it is a major constituent in fabrics for home furnishings such as upholstery and carpets. Numerous industrial end uses include rope and cordage, disposable non-woven fabrics for diapers and medical applications. As a plastic, polypropylene is moulded into bottles for foods and personal care products, appliance housings, dishwasher-proof food containers, toys, automobile battery casings, and outdoor furniture.
Polypropylene is a product of USA, UK and Australia. It is a by-product of the oil industry and became commercially available at the end of 1960. Polypropylene is a colourless, odourless material of high rigidity and surface hardness. Water, grease or detergents do not affect the material. It is not recommended for prolonged use above 70 degrees Celsius but with withstand intermittent use in excess of this temperature, and the filaments can be sterilized in boiling water without risk of shrinkage. Polypropylene is non-toxic and therefore suitable for use within the food industry.
A typical material from which cartridges are often made. Benefits are low-cost, durability and flexibility.
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A monolayer blister film used for pharmaceutical packaging. Use of this film may require machine or tooling modifications.
Another alternative to cellophane. It is crystal clear and has some of the crispness and sparkle of cellophane.
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