Polypropylene Copolymer (PPCO) Recycled Plastic Regrind we offer:
Birch Plastics manufactures high-quality recycled polypropylene (PPCO) plastic regrind. We do not broker or trade low end, contaminated recycled plastic. Our extensive process is hands-on with an extraordinary amount of effort and care that goes into every box. We aim for zero returns and happy, productive customers. It all starts with single stream postindustrial sourcing and our four-phase quality control and cleaning process.
Injection Molding Grade Polypropylene Regrind Plastic we Offer:
|Material Type||Melt Index (ASTM D1238)||Izod (ASTM D256)||Form||Color|
|Polypropylene Copolymer (PPCO) Injection Molding Grade||30.0||2.0||Regrind||Clear|
|Polypropylene Copolymer (PPCO) Injection Molding Grade||30.0||2.0||Regrind||Clear with blueprint|
At Birch Plastics, we source single stream postindustrial feedstocks. This allows us to manufacture a consistent quality product without the odors or contaminates associated with the average PCR that is on the market today. Birch manufactures reprocessed pellets at our compounding facility located in Houston. This material can be purchased in truckload and less than truckload quantities.
Polypropylene Copolymer PPCO Injection Molding Grade Uses:
Pails, crates, tote boxes, housewares, automotive, hardware, pallets, gun cases and sporting goods.
Injection Molding Polypropylene Copolymer (PPCO) Reprocessed Pellets we offer:
|Material Type||Melt Index (ASTM D1238)||Izod (ASTM D256)||Color|
|Polypropylene Copolymer (PPCO) Injection Molding Grade||20.0||2.0||Black pellet|
About Polypropylene Copolymer
Polypropylene is an economical material that offers a combination of outstanding thermal, mechanical, physical and electrical properties not found in any other thermoplastic. Polypropylene is known for its exceptional chemical resistance in corrosive environments and provides excellent resistance to organic solvents, degreasing agents and electrolytic attack. It is lightweight, resistant to staining and has a low moisture absorption rate. Polypropylene copolymer (PPCO) is a bit softer than homopolymer and has better impact strength and it is more robust and durable than homopolymer polypropylene. Copolymer polypropylene tends to have better stress crack resistance and low-temperature toughness than homopolymer with only a small reduction in other properties.