Polypropylene

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Polypropylene

Polypropylene – Polymerized Propylene; a very light, highly resistant, thermoplastic resin used to make coatings, plastic pipe, packaging material, fibers for clothing fabrics, polypropylene office supplies, etc.

Celsur Plastics uses polypropylene sheet plastic to produce ring binders and capacity wallets for PP office supplies. This is a rigid sheet in thicknesses ranging from 300 micron to 1200 micron that we cut to size and crease to form the product on a platen cutting press.

Polypropylene is stocked in sheet form in 500 micron, 800 micron or 1200 micron thicknesses.

The most popular sheet is a natural frosted along with white and black. A small range of colours are available to order.

Printing options for polypropylene include:

We have a stock range of 35 colours of PVC held here in our Staines factory. There are other colours available from Europe. This extended colour range of office supply materials is available to us on a 2-3 day lead time. If you require a PVC that gives a more upmarket look to your binders, there is a selection of different textures and grains for you to choose from.

The most popular choice of Polypropylene is the Frosted Natural. There is a very small colour range available, however our stock colours are only Frosted and White. These also come in a range of microns which are generally 500 Micron, 800 Micron and 1200 Micron.

We have a stock range of 35 colours of PVC held here in our Staines factory. There are other colours available from Europe. This extended colour range of office supply materials is available to us on a 2-3 day lead time. If you require a PVC that gives a more upmarket look to your binders, there is a selection of different textures and grains for you to choose from.

The most popular choice of Polypropylene is the Frosted Natural. There is a very small colour range available, however our stock colours are only Frosted and White. These also come in a range of microns which are generally 500 Micron, 800 Micron and 1200 Micron.