Polypropylene (PP) Polymers and Plastic Resins Datasheets

3M™ Custom Thermoplastic Compounding -- High Impact Polypropylene Copolymer
from 3M Advanced Materials Division

Through 3M's Thermoplastic Compounding facility in Hebron, KY, customers have the ability to create formulations geared to providing specific properties or funtions which are not inherent in the base resin. Enhancements can range from making the base polymer easy to extrude, to adding properties... [See More]

  • Chemical System: Polypropylene
  • Filler: Glass Bubbles
  • Type: Thermoplastic
  • Form / Shape: Pellets
Achieve™ resins
from ExxonMobil Chemical Company

Achieve resin is a metallocene-based homopolymer designed for demanding spunbond/meltblown nonwoven applications, and injection-molding applications that require enhanced clarity, reduced stress and part warpage and excellent purity. For meltblown applications, Achieve ™ 6936G2 resin1 has an... [See More]

  • Chemical System: Polypropylene
  • Filler: Unfilled
  • Type: Thermoplastic; MoldingCompound
  • Industry: Electronics; Sanitary; OEM or Industrial
Basic Materials & Chemicals -- PP
from LG Chemical of America Inc.

PP Polypropylene. Products that are suitable for special purposes. Polypropylene(PP), one of the most commonly used plastics, is a synthetic resin made by polymerizing propylene. Its types vary depending on its properties and processing methods. Its excellent tensile strength and impact strength... [See More]

  • Chemical System: Polypropylene
  • Type: Thermoplastic; FilmGrade; MoldingCompound
Ethylene/propylene copolymer -- 358 - 100gm
from Scientific Polymer Products, Inc.

60% Ethylene [See More]

  • Chemical System: Polypropylene; Ethylene Copolymer (EEA, EVA, EBAC)
  • Type: Thermoplastic
Sinelec Polypropylene -- CCB1834
from Teknor Apex Company

Material Status. Commercial: Active. Availability. Asia Pacific. Features. Conductive. RoHS Compliance. RoHS Compliant. Forms. Pellets. Processing Method. Injection Molding [See More]

  • Chemical System: Polypropylene
  • Form / Shape: Pellets
  • Type: Thermoplastic; MoldingCompound
  • Tensile (Break): 3630