Flexibly Extendable Without Joints

 

Polypropylene (PP) worktops have the advantage that individual panels can be welded to form a seamless surface of any desired length. For this reason, polypropylene worktops are primarily used in areas requiring maximum cleanliness, such as biological laboratories with enhanced safety standards (S1 to S4) or radioisotope laboratories.

 

Construction

 

Surface Solid polypropylene panel, thickness 10 mm, gloss surface
Substrate Peripheral polypropylene support structure, 20 mm thick
Thickness 37 mm (with marine edge)
Edge finish Liquid-tight welded polypropylene marine edge all round
Colour Baltic Blue
Maximum length of a single worktop 2.4 m
Recommended basin materials Polypropylene

 

Properties

 

Chemical resistance Good
Temperature resistance Very low (up to 90 °C)
Scratch resistance Very low
Shock resistance Good
Mechanical strength Low
Cutting to size on site Possible

 

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