is one of those rather versatile polymers that serve double duty,
both as a plastic and as a fiber.
most important property of polypropylene is its versatility. It
can be tailored to many fabrication methods and applications. Excellent
chemical resistance, the lowest density, highest melting point (in
the family of olefin fibers), and moderate cost make it an important
fiber in industrial applications.
are some major uses of Polypropylene:
wear and sportswear; socks; thermal underwear; lining fabrics Automotive:
Interior fabrics used in or on kick panel, package shelf, seat construction,
truck liners, load decks, etc.
and outdoor carpets; carpet backing; upholstery and wall coverings;
furniture and bedding construction fabrics
Industry: Used for packaging clothes and shoes
Carpets: disposable, durable non-woven fabrics; ropes; filter fabrics;