Plastics

Polyethylene PE)

Polyethylenes can have such a variety of molecular structures that it is impossible to describe them all, so we will simply outline some of the characteristics of the most common varieties. The values and comments below are expressed on an indicative basis only and do not represent any form of guarantee. Please check the information with your suppliers, who may even be able to provide additional value in other aspects. These values depend on the Standard used and in particular the different test conditions outlined by said Standard, such as the shape of the test tube or the speed of stress, for example.

Polypropylene (PP)

Polypropylene is very rarely used due to its thermal sensitivity upon application, although its rigidity and thermal endurance properties do result in a number of specific applications. The values and comments below are expressed on an indicative basis only and do not represent any form of guarantee. Please check the information with your suppliers, who may even be able to provide additional value in other aspects. These values depend on the Standard used and in particular the different test conditions outlined by said Standard, such as the shape of the test tube or the speed of stress, for example.

Polyamide (PA)

The polyamide used in rotational moulding is in fact a PA 6. The values and comments are expressed on an indicative basis only and do not represent any form of guarantee. Please check the information with your suppliers, who may even be able to provide additional value in other aspects. These values depend on the Standard used and in particular the different test conditions outlined by said Standard, such as the shape of the test tube or the speed of stress, for example.

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