Polypropylene plastic, Polypropylene properties definition
Polypropylene plastic was developed out of the Nobel award-winning work of Karl Ziegler and Professor Natta in Europe, and came to the United States in 1957. Polypropylene plastic (PP) is known for its high melting point, which makes it ideal for holding hot liquids that cool in the bottles (for example, ketchup and syrup). It can be manufactured to be flexible or rigid.
Polypropylene plastic does not leach harmful chemicals into foods or liquids. Polypropylene plastic containers commonly contain yogurt, medicine, drinks, ketchup and medicines. It is flexible, hard and semi-transparent and has high resistance to solvents. Polypropylene containers may have the symbol “PP” on them. Poly propylene plastics have not been found to release BPA or phthalates.
PP material is stain resistant and resistant to smell absorption.
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