Polypropylene Copolymer (PP-CO) and Polypropylene Homopolymer (PP-HO) has excellent chemical resistance and is commonly used in packaging. It has a high melting point, making it ideal for hot fill liquids. Polypropylene has many applications and is found in everything from flexible and rigid packaging; fibers for fabrics and carpets; large moulded automotive parts like bumpers and dashboard; as well as consumer products like food storage containers.
Like most plastics, polypropylene is resistant to salt and acid solutions. Typical applications include ketchup bottles, yogurt containers, medicine bottles, pancake syrup bottles and automobile battery casings.
PP carries the recycle logo no.5
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