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Willing To Recycle Polypropylene Ropes? Know More About The Process

Application of PP Ropes

According to a survey conducted recently, the demand for polypropylene has enhanced drastically in the last few years as they are nowadays being widely used to make various plastic parts, reusable containers, polymer banknotes, labelling and packaging, textiles, ropes, carpets, stationery, loudspeakers and thermal underwear, to name a few.

Polypropylene is basically a type of recyclable thermoplastic polymer, generally used to make ropes and bags. The material is rugged and remains unaffected even when various acids, bases and chemical solvents are used.

Why Recycle Polypropylene Ropes?

Polypropylene is considered to be one of the most preferred materials used for plastic packaging as it has a high melting point. You will be surprised to know that billion pounds of PP are produced every year all over the world. This is expected to grow drastically within the next few years. They have a very short life and the thermoplastics often end up in the landfills within a few months after they are manufactured.

The solid waste found in polypropylene makes the degradation process too time-consuming. Some products might even take two to three decades to decompose completely. Cadmium and lead present in plastic products can have a negative impact on the bio-systems by saturating. The easiest way to save the environment from this severe threat is by recycling them. Some PP products can even discharge vinyl chloride and toxins when burned.

The Recycling Process

Though the recycling process of polypropylene looks quite simple, it is actually not so. There are numerous steps involved like collection, sorting, cleaning, reprocessing and melting of the products before new products are manufactured. All the collected PP products are put inside an extruder before melting them at 2400oC. The materials are then cut into granules which can be used for manufacturing new products.

Importance Of Polypropylene Ropes

Since the weight of ropes made using Polypropylene is less than that made using PVC, PS and PET, the former produces less solid weight. You can easily recycle polypropylene products to make composite lumber, paint cans, flower pots, battery cases, home storage, crates and pallets. The CO2 produced by PP is less than that produced by PVC, PS and PET. All its parts are completely recyclable and can be used for various purposes. Few of the products made using recycled PP are closures, pallets, pipes, buckets, automotive applications and garden furniture, among others.

Recycle PP And Benefit The Environment

The consumption of raw and finite resources like propane gas and oil reduces drastically when PP ropes are recycled. Energy usage reduces by almost 80% when plastic products are made by recycling old plastic. Just make sure that the manufacturer you are approaching is reliable and you can stay assured of getting the highest quality of polypropylene ropes which can be easily recycled into various products like food containers, industrial fibers, dishware and clothing fibers. The focus of the manufacturer should primarily be on plastic products recycling.

Product Range

  • Power Grip Utility Products - PP Danline Rope (Black/Orange Tracer Yarn and White)
  • Power Gold Utility Products - Parapro Polypropylene Rope

These products are better than the conventional mono ropes. The coil lengths vary from 110 metres to 330 metres and are available in 3 strands. To avail ropes of longer lengths, feel free to contact Crown Industries anytime.

  • Power Gold Parapro Polypropylene Ropes

    Power Gold Parapro Polypropylene Ropes

  • Power Grip Danline Ropes(White)

    Power Grip Danline Ropes(White)

  • Power Grip Danline Ropes(with orange tracer yarn)

    Power Grip Danline Ropes(with orange tracer yarn)

  • Power Grip P P Danline Ropes

    Power Grip P P Danline Ropes


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