PP foam is a type of polyolefin foam, which is also called ixpp foam. It is cross linked by electron beam radiation.
Introduction: There are various types of foam and each one carries its own unique properties. With our selection of polypropylene foam products, get an option in this durable material to fit your needs with ease and precision. Made to be durable and long-lasting, this closed cell foam offers reliable firmness and longevity thanks to the overall design and nature of the material. It can be utilized in a range of applications and purposes to fit your needs. This strong, resilient option for foam is ideally suited to shock absorbing applications since it is a great way to dampen vibrations. It is exceptionally well suited to automotive interior material purposes because of this fact and is great for lightening purpose and noise reduction. Polypropylene foam is also called IXPP foam or pp foam.
Characteristic:☆ Light-weight ☆ Noise reduction ☆ Much easier to be shaped and formed ☆ Resistance to high temperature up to 120℃ ☆ Closed cell ☆ Cross linked ☆ Independent cell structure ☆ Resistance to chemicals such as acids, alkalis, organic solvents ☆ Smooth surface ☆ Excellent mechanical properties
Polypropylene resin base
Halogen-free, non-toxic gas
Resistance to high temperature up to 120℃
Independent cell structure
Resistance to chemicals such as
IXPP foam is a type of polyolefin foam, which is also called polypropylene foam. It is cross linked by electron beam radiation.
Polypropylene foam is a type of polyolefin foam, which is also called ixpp foam. It is cross linked by electron beam radiation.
Foaming multiple: 5–30 times;
width: within 600-2000MM
thickness: single layer:
1-6 MM, can also be compounded into
commonly used colors: off-white, milky white
“I” refers to irradiated
“X” refers to cross linking
“PP” refers to polypropylene resin
So IXPP foam means irradiated cross linked polypropylene foam