Talc-less, styrenic elastomer-modified PP, is lightweight, highly colorable


A polypropylene (PP) compound whose modification is brought about solely through use of a styrenic elastomer is around 10% lighter than standard talc-filled PP compounds.

Developed by Suzuki Motor Corporation (Hamamatsu, Japan), the compound dubbed Suzuki Super Polypropylene (SSPP) is also highly colorable on account of the absence of talc, and has been used commercially for the first time in the non-painted front bumper undergarnish of the Suzuki Escudo which was launched in Japan on 11 July, 2012

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