The use of talc powder as a filler and reinforcement agent for various types of resins (especially polypropylene) has increased dramatically in recent decades.
Talc increases elasticity modulus and thus increases the stiffness of polypropylene compounds. This is considered to be the most important effect of talc in PP.
The parts produced from polypropylene / talc compounds exhibit higher dimensional stability, less shrinkage, warpage and less thermal expansion after molding.
Since talc has a higher heat transfer coefficient than polypropylene, it facilitates and reduces the cooling cycle time of the injection molding process and improves the production efficiency.
Polymeri Tadbir Nikan Company is able to provide PP / Talc compounds with different percentages of talc powder, customer’s desired color and the best possible quality.