Polypropylene (PP)

Explore our range of Polypropylene varieties, sourced to address an extensive array of industrial requirements. Our PP grade range includes injection, and extrusion, catering to several use cases including automotive manufacturing, packaging, houseware, construction, and more. With a commitment to reliability and sustainability, we’re driven to offer eco-friendly compounds that enable our customers to thrive while minimizing environmental impact.

What Is Polypropylene?

Derived from the polymerization of propylene monomers, polypropylene is known for its versatility. It offers high chemical resistance, durability, and thermal stability. Moreover, its affordability combined with these attributes makes PP a critical production material for several industries such as automotive, packaging, textiles, and medical device manufacturing.

Polypropylene Attributes

We offer PP solutions with the following attributes:

3 – 18


46 – 125 j/m


0.9 g/cc

Lebel Content
pellets: 0
pellets: 0
regrind: 0
regrind: 2%


Injection, Extrusion, Blow Mold


Prime, Off-Grade, Post Industrial, Post Commercial, Post Consumer Resin (PCR), Post Consumer


Bales, Regrind, Pellets, Roll, Parts



Polypropylene Applications and Benefits

The majority of PET and rPET products are used in textile applications like carpet, automotive, furniture, and others. The plastic also is used to produce beverage, food, and non-food packaging.

PP Benefits

  • Thermal Stability: It remains mechanically stable at high temperatures.
  • Chemical Resistance: Polypropylene is resistant to many chemicals and acids, making it ideal for applications where exposure to corrosive substances is a concern.
  • Lightweight: PP’s lightweight combined with durability makes it easy to handle.
  • Versatility: Polypropylene fits an extensive range of applications, including automotive, packaging, textiles, houseware, toys, agriculture, and construction.
  • Recyclability: As a thermoplastic polymer, PP is easy and cost-effective to recycle.

PP Applications and Uses

  • Packaging: Because of PP’s moisture resistance, it’s used to produce flexible packaging such as bags, pouches, and films.
  • Medical: Known for sterilizability, PP is commonly used to manufacture syringes, vials, and surgical instruments.
  • Automotive: PP is utilized to fabricate automotive parts such as bumpers, interior trim, and battery cases.
  • Textiles: PP’s abrasion resistance makes it suitable to produce carpets, upholstery, and geotextiles.
  • Construction: PP can endure extreme weather conditions, therefore making it critical in producing pipes and insulation.
  • Consumer Goods: It’s found in many consumer products including food containers, household appliances, toys, and furniture.

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