Polyolefins are the largest group of thermoplastics; these are polymers of simple olefins such as ethylene. Polyolefin is a material with high chemical resistance, flexible, odourless, with no specific taste, and non-toxic. The operating temperature ranges from -20 to +60°C. It is designed primarily for the tobacco and food industries.
Thermoplastic polyolefin coatings (TPO) are used when the belt surface must provide excellent chemical resistance and perfect product release. The belt range is designed in such a way to meet the most stringent requirements of the food industry. Featuring specially modified thermoplastic polyolefin coating (TPO), these belts bring numerous value-adding benefits. Polypropylene coatings are used when increased temperature is to be combined with good chemical properties.