Common Materials for High Temperature Resistant Foams

Common Materials for High Temperature Resistant Foams

Summary:PP polypropylene: PP high temperature foam is also widely us...
PP polypropylene: PP high temperature foam is also widely used in daily necessities such as packaging, toys, washbasins, buckets, hangers, drinking glasses, bottles, etc., and engineering applications such as car bumpers. PP spun into silk is called polypropylene and is common in textiles, non-woven fabrics, ropes, fishing nets and other products. The main applications of PS polystyrene: cheap transparent products, foam plastics, CD boxes, water cups, fast food boxes, thermal insulation linings, etc.

PE polyethylene: At present, PE is the most widely used plastic. With the help of different modification methods, PE can be used in all aspects of daily life. The more representative high temperature resistant foams include plastic barrels, films, inner walls of paper cups, water pipes and cable sheaths. Main applications of PVC: PVC is now mostly used to manufacture some cheap artificial leather, foot pads, sewer pipes, etc. Due to its good electrical properties and certain flame retardant properties, it is widely used in the manufacture of wire and cable sheaths.

PET polyethylene terephthalate: Commonly used for beverage bottles, screen protectors and other transparent protective films. PET can also be spun, which is what we often call polyester, so there is a saying that beverage bottles are recycled to make clothes during the Olympics. Many sportswear that pursues breathability and lightness are made of polyester. The popular clothing material "really good" a long time ago is also this thing, but due to the backward spinning method at that time, it is true that the clothes are not as comfortable to wear as they are now. In addition, PET also has many engineering applications.

PA Polyamide: Another name to mention polyamide: nylon. The polyamide family is very powerful, whether it is PA6, PA66, PA11 or PA12, all of them have excellent physical and chemical properties. This is also the reason why PA is widely used in the electronic appliances and automotive industries. In life, nylon rope and nylon socks are also common items. Spinned PA fibers are called nylons and are used in fishing lines, nets, ropes, and conveyor belts, among others.