Black Polypropylene Hollow Rod

IN STOCK SIZES

O.D. SIZE I.D. SIZE WALL LENGTH LB/ FT.
1/4" 1/8" 0.062" 60" 0.024
1/2" 1/4" 0.125" 60" 0.076
3/4" 1/4" 0.250" 60" 0.118
1" 1/2" 0.250" 60" 0.266
1-1/4" 3/4" 0.250" 60" 0.355
1-1/2" 1" 0.250" 60" 0.444
2" 1-1/2" 0.250" 60" 0.622

 

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Properties for: Black Polypropylene Hollow RodTOLERANCES: All O.D. Dimensions Are +0.020" Minimum/-0.0 Tolerance and all I.D. Dimensions Are -0.020 Minimum /+0.0". Tolerance for machining to the Dimensions Listed. LENGTH: Plus 1”, Minus 0”

About Polypropylene

What is Polypropylene (PP)?
Polypropylene (PP) is a thermoplastic (a plastic material, that becomes pliable or moldable above a specific temperature and solidifies upon cooling) “addition polymer” made from the combination of propylene monomers.
Polypropylene is available in a variety of standard and custom colors which includes: Natural (a milky white,) White, Black and Blue.  Polypropylene has a transition temperature, from a hard into a viscous or rubbery state of 160° C / 320° F.  

Why is PP used so often?
Polypropylene is used in both commercial and industrial applications. Its unique properties lend well to a wide variety of products and makes PP stand out as the material for a wide range of uses.
Polypropylene has a relatively slippery surface which can make it a possible substitute for plastics like Acetal (POM) in low friction applications like gears or for use as a contact point for furniture.  Polypropylene also has a low density relative to other common plastics which translates to weight savings.

What is PP Used For?
Polypropylene is used in a variety of applications: dishwasher safe plates, trays, cups, take-out containers, and many toys.

What does Hi-Tech Profiles use PP for?
We stock Black PP Hollow Rod in standard 5’ lengths from ¼” through 2” OD with ID sizes ranging from 1/8” to 1½.”  We will also issue custom quotes for tubes and profiles in various other lengths and sizes.

Is PP toxic?
Polypropylene is relatively harmless in that it doesn't have any known carcinogens, and there are no known adverse health effects related to exposure to Polypropylene. For additional health and safety information click here for the SDS and for additional technical information, click here for Data Sheet.