PP - polipropilen

PP (polypropylene) is a thermoplastic material with a semi-crystalline structure. It has a higher strength, higher rigidity and a higher melting point than PE. Polypropylene is available in two basic varieties: the homopolymer PP and the copolymer PP-C. PP boards can be fire-retardant, antistatic and single-side coated with an adhesion-facilitating agent. Polypropylene is an excellent alternative to acid-resistant steel. It is used in the chemical industry, the medical industry, the food industry and the packaging industry. Its proposed complements are cylinders and welding rods.


Extruded PP boards:

  • Chemical tanks
  • Ventilation ducts
  • Electrolytic tanks
  • Press and die-cutting plates
  • Containers for dialysis and sterilisation with boiling water
  • Sediment tanks for sewage treatment plants
  • Tool boxes, electrical boxes
  • Fans

Pressed PP boards:

  • High capacity chemical tanks
  • Filtering systems
  • Industrial strainers
  • Construction moulds

Storage standards

Grey extruded PP – RAL 7032:

  • Dimensions: 1000x2000 mm, thickness range: 1-50 mm
  • Dimensions: 1500x3000 mm, thickness range: 1-30 mm

Grey PP cylinders:

  • Diameter range: 8-300 mm
  • Round welding rods, diameter: 3 mm, 4 mm, triangular rods, base length: 5.7 mm

Grey pressed PP – RAL 7023:

  • Dimensions: 1000x2000 mm, thickness range: 10-100 mm

Available custom orders:

  • Other colours and dimensions
  • Fire-retardant, antistatic
  • Single-side coated with an adhesion-facilitating agent
  • PE 300 and PP boards, form: 2000x4000 mm


  • High rigidity
  • Superior resistance to chemicals
  • Excellent strength
  • Ease of working
If you have any questions, contact us.