Car Door Side Cladding For Renault Kwid,Climber (Matte Black Set of 4 pcs)
|Item Weight||2.1 Kg|
|Package Dimensions||99 x 12 x 12 cm|
|Item part number||SS010|
|Manufacturer Part Number||SS010|
|Material||Polypropylene (PP) "Thermoplastic"|
|Included||Set of 4 Pieces Of Renault Kwid Door Cladding|
Type Of Material: Polypropylene (PP)
Polypropylene (PP) is a thermoplastic "addition polymer" made from the combination of propylene monomers. It is used in a variety of applications to include packaging for consumer products, plastic parts for various industries including the AUTOMOTIVE INDUSTRY, special devices like living hinges, and textiles.
Some of the most significant properties of polypropylene are:
Chemical Resistance: Diluted bases and acids don't react readily with polypropylene, which makes it a good choice for containers of such liquids, such as cleaning agents, first-aid products, and more.
Elasticity and Toughness: Polypropylene will act with elasticity over a certain range of deflection (like all materials), but it will also experience plastic deformation early on in the deformation process, so it is generally considered a "tough" material.
Toughness is an engineering term which is defined as a material's ability to deform (plastically, not elastically) without breaking.
Fatigue Resistance: Polypropylene retains its shape after a lot of torsion, bending, and/or flexing. This property is especially valuable for making living hinges.
Insulation: polypropylene has a very high resistance to electricity and is very useful for electronic components.
Transmissivity: Although Polypropylene can be made transparent, it is normally produced to be naturally opaque in colour. Polypropylene can be used for applications where some transfer of light is important or where it is of aesthetic value. If high transmissivity is desired then plastics like Acrylic or Poly carbonate are better choices.