What is the difference between PP,PE,PC,PVC,ABS and PS?

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1. PP is polypropylene

Polypropylene. Odorless, tasteless and non-toxic. It is one of the lightest resins commonly used. Excellent mechanical properties. Good heat resistance, continuous use temperature up to ll0-120℃. Good chemical stability. Easy to aging, low temperature impact strength is poor, mainly used in household appliances, chemical construction and other fields.

2. pe is polyethylene

Polyethylene is odorless and non-toxic. Chemical resistant, insoluble in solvents at room temperature. Low temperature resistance, the lowest operating temperature -70 ~ -100℃. Good electrical insulation, low water absorption.

Common processing goods are wire and cable sheath, pipe, all kinds of hollow products, injection products, fiber and so on, mainly used in agriculture, electronics, electrical and other fields.

3. pc is polycarbonate

Polycarbonate is a common daily material, colorless and transparent in appearance, with excellent impact resistance, common applications include optical discs, eye pieces, water bottles, bulletproof glass, goggles, mainly used in the field of fire, daily necessities and so on.

4. pvc is polyvinyl chloride

Polyvinyl chloride resin by processing molding to get polyvinyl chloride plastic. Its monomer cost is low, the production process is mature, easy to process molding. Acid and alkali resistance, wear resistance, good electrical insulation, no combustion.

But the thermal stability and light resistance is poor. As raincoat, tablecloth, agricultural seedling film, etc., mainly used in manufacturing and agriculture and other fields.

5, ABS is acrylonitrile -- butadiene -- styrene copolymer

ABS is a thermoplastic polymer material with high strength, good toughness and easy processing. ABS resin is acrylonitrile, butadiene, styrene terpolymer.

It can perform normally in the environment of -25℃~60℃, and has good formability. The surface of the processed products is smooth and easy to stain and electroplate. And can be mixed with a variety of resins into a blend. Now mainly used in alloys, plastics, and ABS grades

6, ps is polystyrene

Polystyrene is a polymer synthesized by free radical polymerization of styrene monomer. It is a colorless transparent thermoplastic with a glass conversion temperature of more than 100℃. Mainly used as audiovisual products and CD disk boxes, lamps and interior decoration.

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