What is Co-Polypropylene?
Co-polypropylene is used throughout many different industries for many different purposes, some for basic chemical storage all the way to high chemical concentrations with high operating temperatures. It’s mainly extruded in thick rigid plastic sheet goods, and is rarely found as a flexible sheet good.
How can FLSI help you?
FLSI custom fabricates all of our liners in our state-of-the-art fabrication facility, these liners are used to protect the environment from corrosion, and to prevent leaks and contaminants from leaching into the ground. We fabricate both flexible plastic drop-in liners, and rigid plastic drop-in liners. We also fabricate rigid plastic free-standing tanks. We’re also professional, trained and certified installers that can perform any size project.
High Impact Strength
Good Resistance To Cracking At Low Temperatures
Meets Food Handling Guidelines
Chemical and Corrosion Resistant
No Moisture Absorption
Chemical Processing & Storage
Fire Fighting Equipment
Plating & Anodizing Process Equipment
Primary & Secondary Containment Tanks
Metallic Metal Surface Finishing Process Tanks
Natural – Off White
Euro Grey – Increased Properties
Water Absorption @ 24 Hours (%)
|Tensile Strength (PSI)
Tensile Modulus (PSI)
Tensile Elongation @ Yield (%)
Flexural Strength (PSI)
Flexural Modulus (PSI)
IZOD Impact (Notched), ft-lb/in
|Coefficient of Thermal Expansion, 10^-5/°F
Heat Deflection Temperature 264 psi, °F
Melting Point, °F
Continuous Service Temp (Operating), °F
|Dielectric Strength, Short Term, (Volts/Mil) @ .125″ Thick
Arc Resistance (sec)
Volume Resistivity (ohm-cm) @ 50% RH
Dielectric Constant @ 1 kHz
Dissipation Factor @ 1 kHz
2.0 X 10^16