Grades

A standard BLACKROLL foam roller with a mini foam roller and fascia ball made from ARPRO (expanded polypropylene) by WSVKClose up of a BMW i8 side door panel with small green inserts to ensure strength, tolerances and qualityBlack

Available in a range of bulk densities from 16 to 200g/l. They are suitable for many types of applications; ARPRO 5130 and grades above 42g/l (except On-site expansion) are approved for food contact.

Depending on density, the weight of each individual particle ranges from 1.20 to 2.00mg, size from 1.5 to 6.0mm. The recommended moulded density range for ARPRO Black grades is from 18 to 250g/l.

The 16 ARPRO Black grades allow for energy and cost efficient moulding, as the material density can be selected for optimal efficiency.

Cylindrical pipe made from ARPRO (expanded polypropylene) Large housing unit for HVAC system with Solvis written on the front Grey

Available with a bulk density of 33g/l. It is suitable for many types of applications; and is approved for food contact.

Particle weight is 1.20mg, size from 2.5 to 4.5mm. The recommended moulded density range is from 35 to 65g/l.

Sunvisor for a car with a section of fabric covering removed showing white ARPRO (expanded polypropylene) Three modern black and white striped seats that are made from ARPRO (expanded polypropylene) White

Available in a range of bulk densities from 15 to 50g/l. They are suitable for many types of applications; and are approved for food contact.

Particle weight is 1.20mg, size from 2.5 to 6.0mm. The recommended moulded density range for ARPRO White grades is from 17 to 80g/l.

The 4 ARPRO White grades allow for energy and cost efficient moulding, as the material density can be selected for optimal efficiency.

This close up image shows the intricate ARPRO (expanded polypropylene) part is only one particle thick Application specific 

Available with a bulk density of 35 to 52g/l. Particle weight ranges from 0.50 to 1.20mg, size from 2.0 to 4.5mm.
The recommended moulded density range for ARPRO Application specific grades is from 38 to 83g/l.

A grey ARPRO seat, with no legs that is designed for stadiums. The back of the seat is fixed to the bottom with two metal poles

The six ARPRO Application specific grades have distinct characteristics.

  • Fire retardant - meaning it reduces flammability and delays combustion. ARPRO FR is self-extinguishing and like all our other material is manufactured without the use of environmentally harmful halogenated chemicals and meets the exacting standards for flame retardant materials.
  • Electro static discharge protection - which protects from all that pesky static energy. Perfect for protecting sensitive electronic equipment, ARPRO 5135 ESDP has a permanent surface resistance of less than 107Ω (ohms) and ARPRO 5152 ESDP has a permanent surface resistance of less than 108Ω (ohms). 
  • Low stick /slip - allowing products to smoothly glide over each other or other surfaces without making a noise.
  • Complex geometry - perfect for parts with intricate detail, thin walls, complex components or that need to be small.
  • Recycled - an ARPRO grade made from 15% recycled end-of-life moulded parts and reusable process material. 

A tool box made for a car moulded from black ARPRO with secure inserts for tools On-site expansion

Available in black in two bulk densities, 53 and 75g/l. Particle weight is 1.00mg and size from 2.0 to 3.5mm. The material is shipped at its bulk density and then expanded at the moulding site to achieve bulk densities as low as 16g/l, allowing transport cost savings and efficient moulding due to tailored densities. The recommended moulded density range for ARPRO On-site expansion grades is from 18 to 77g/l.

The two ARPRO On-site expansion grades allow for energy and cost efficient moulding, as the material density can be selected for optimal efficiency. ARPRO On-site expansion allows moulders to control every step of the process from tolerances to moulding performance. 

 

A grey, ARPRO (expanded polypropylene) Porous seat ramp in two parts for the Alfa Romeo Stelvio A grey, ARPRO (expanded polypropylene) Porous seat ramp with two parts joined together for the Alfa Romeo Stelvio Porous

Available in grey at bulk densities of 25 and 36g/l. Suitable for many types of applications and are approved for food contact.

Particle weight is 1.50mg and size from 2.0 to 6.0mm.
The recommended moulded density range for ARPRO Porous grades is from 30 to 55g/l.

The two ARPRO Porous grades allow for energy and cost efficient moulding, as the material density can be selected for optimal efficiency.  

ARPRO Porous absorbs, blocks and dampens sound over a 400 to 10,000Hz frequency range and is one of the very few noise absorbing materials that is shape mouldable.

ARPRO Porous is unlike many other acoustical materials; it is not fibrous, discharges no particles when abraded, requires no significant installation structure as it is rigid and self-supporting and is great at connecting to cut or pour in materials which eliminates any possible material against material noise. As with all ARPRO materials, it also absorbs impact energy.

Selection of polypropylene coloured sports rollers and massage balls Beer coolers made from ARPRO (expanded polypropylene) in Blueberry, Dragon Fruit, Orange, Lemon and Lime for Cooling Cubes Colours

Available with a bulk density of 33g/l and suitable for many types of applications and are approved for food contact.

Particle weight is 1.20mg, size from 2.5 to 4.5mm.
The recommended moulded density range for ARPRO Colours is from 35 to 65g/l.

The five ARPRO Colours are; Blueberry, Dragon Fruit, Orange, Lemon and Lime.

 

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