|BP Amoco Fortilene® SV250 Injection Molding Grade Polypropylene
||Polymer; Thermoplastic; Polypropylene (PP); Polypropylene Copolymer
||An elastomeric polypropylene block copolymer produced by gas phase polymerization. It is designed for injection molding applications that require very high impact resistance at low temperatures. This material meets the FDA requirements of 21CFR 177.1520. This material meets Chrysler MS-243B and General Motors GMP E/P 028 specifications.
Information provided by Solvay Polymers.This product is not listed in the standard Innovene product line. The polypropylene and polyethylene products of BP Amoco have been moved to the Innovene Division in 2005. BP Amoco acquired the Fortilene® Polypropylene product line from Solvay Polymers in November 2001.
- Density, ASTM D792
- Linear Mold Shrinkage
- Melt Flow, ASTM D1238
- Hardness, Shore D, ASTM D2240
- Tensile Strength, Ultimate, 2 in/min; ASTM D638
- Tensile Strength, Yield, 2 in/min; ASTM D638
- Elongation at Break, 2 in/min; ASTM D638
- Elongation at Yield, 2 in/min; ASTM D638
- Flexural Modulus, 1% Secant at .05"/min; ASTM D790
- Izod Impact, Notched, ASTM D256
- Gardner Impact
- CTE, linear, Parallel to Flow, ASTM E831
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