PP

Guichon fertigt Sonderarmaturen zur Herstellung von PP

Mehrwegeventile, Absperrventile, Ablassventile

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Siebfilter
Typ : 802

DN 300 PN 10
– Filtration 2 mm
– Anschweissende
Edelstahl (1.4404, 1.4306, usw.)
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4-Wege Kolbenventil
DN 80x80x80x80 PN 40
– Drehende Kolben
Edelstahl AISI 316 Ti / 1.4571
4-Wege Kolbenventil

Herstellung

  • Materialen C-Stahl (CS), Edelstahl (SS), Duplex & Super Duplex, Titan (Ti), Zirkonium (Zr), Uranus® B6, Tantal (Ta), Nickel (Ni), Hastelloy®, Monel
  • Konstruktion Schweisstechnik, Gusstechnik, Aus dem Vollen (Monoblock)

Verwendung

  • Betriebsbedingungen Hochdruck, Hochtemperatur, Tieftemperatur, Abrasion, Korrosion, Hochviskosität, Vakuum, Langlebigkeit, Geräuscharmut, Totraumfreiheit
  • Medien Flüssigkeiten, Flüssigkeiten mit festen Bestandteilen, Gas, Pulver und pulverartige Medien, Viskose und hochviskose Medien

FAQ - PP - Polypropylen

PP – Polypropylen – Anwendungen von Polypropylen (PP) :

This polymer associated with others allows multiple uses and has the advantage of being easily recyclable. The polypropylene is used in the automotive, polypropylene plastic is most commonly used than the PVC, the polyethylene and the polyurethane. We can find it for example in the wiper motors, bumpers, the locking device trunks, dashboards, empty pockets, carpets … In appliances, tanks and bases of washing machines include polypropylene … In packaging its use remains relatively low, with only 7% of plastics used in this sector includes polypropylene It is also found in toys, luggage, fibers …

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PP – Polypropylen – Herstellungsprozess von Polypropylen PP :

Polypropylene is currently one of the fastest growing polymers. Much of this growth is attributed to polypropylene’s ability to displace conventional materials (wood, glass, metal) and other thermoplastics at lower
cost. Polypropylene (PP) is a tough, rigid plastic and produced in a variety of molecular weights and crystallinities.

Polypropylene is made from the polymerization of propylene gas in the presence of a catalyst system, usually Ziegler-Natta or metallocene catalyst. Polymerization conditions (temperature, pressure and reactant concentrations) are set by the polymer grade to be produced.

Various production processes exist with some general similarities. They are taking place either in a gas-phase (fluidized bed or stirred reactor) or a liquid-phase process (slurry or solution). An example of flow diagram corresponding to each of the two types of processes is illustrated in figure 1 bellow. The gas-phase polymerization is economical and flexible and can accommodate a large variety of catalysts. It is the most common technology in modern polypropylene production plants. Relevant technologies are Novolen®, Unipol® (gas-phase processes), Borstar® and Spheripol® (liquid-phase processes).

Figure 1a : PP gas-phase process example

Figure 1b: PP liquid-phase process example.

The obtained powder is finally conveyed to powder silos and then converted into pellets that incorporate a full range of
well-dispersed additives.

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