Filler Polypropylene (PP)

Calcium carbonate is a chemical compound with the formula CaCO3. It is a common substance found in rocks such as calcite, aragonite and minerals (especially such as limestone, which contains these two minerals). The filler for PP is a compound of calcium carbonate in hard polypropylene. Polypropylene is mixed with the PP filler to provide better stiffness of finished products, a requirement that is becoming increasingly important to high use temperatures. Here the utilization rate is often 20-40.

Product presentation:

  • Easy dispersion of polyolefins;
  • White products reduce the use of white pre-compound at the rate of 50%;
  • Reduces costs;
  • Increases the mechanical performance;
  • Helps break down in nature;
  • Reduces static electricity;
  • Suitable for food contact;
  • Does not include heavy metals and materials contained in Regulation REACH;

* Conformity certificates may contain, where available, the following documents: REACH, MSDS, FOOD CONTACT and PHARMACOPEIA.

Usages and applications