Poly Dist
PP (Co-Polymer)

PP (Co-Polymer)

Polypropylene copolymer (PPC) is a bit softer than homopolymer but has better impact strength, is also tougher and more durable. Copolymer polypropylene tends to have better stress crack resistance and low temperature toughness than homopolymer at the expense of quite small reductions in other properties.

A large number of end use applications for PP are possible by tailoring grades with specific molecular properties and additives during its manufacture.

- Braskem

PRODUCT MFR DENS / PROCESS FILE
CP 741 0.8 (230°C / 2.16kg) - / -
CP C715 12N HP 12 (230°C / 2.16kg) - / -
CP PCD0810 12 (230°C / 2.16kg) - / -
EP440N 12 (230°C / 21.6kg) - / -
CP284R 14 (230°C / 21.6kg) - / -
CP286 18 (230°C / 2.16kg) - / -
CP BC20 20 (230°C / 2.16kg) - / -
CP 241 20 (230°C / 2.16kg) - / -
CP204 22 (230°C / 21.6kg) - / -
EP448R 25 (230°C / 21.6kg) - / -
CP202XP 26 (230°C / 2.16kg) - / -
EP200K 3.5 (230°C / 21.6kg) - / -
PPCP141 43 (230°C / 2.16kg) - / -
EP548S 44 (230°C / 2.16kg) - / -
EP448S 44 (230°C / 21.6kg) - / -
CP145 45 (230° / 21.6kg) - / -
CP144 47 (230°C / 2.16kg) - / -
CP BC50 50 (230°C / 2.16kg) - / -
CP401HC 6 (230°C / 2.16kg) - / -
CP 195 60 (230°C / 2.16kg) - / -
CP404XP 7.0 (230°C / 2.16kg) - / -
CP191 80 (230°C / 21.6kg) - / -
Poly-Mers