Polypropylene Raffia

Polypropylene raffia, or PP raffia is a packaging material made from weaving ribbons of polypropylene. It is named after the raffia palm, which the packaging emulates to some extent. Polypropylene raffia is considered to be a "widely used material for atmospheric capture".[1]

References

  1. ^ Reisner, David E.; Pradeep, T. (24 September 2014). Aquananotechnology: Global Prospects. CRC Press. p. 589. ISBN 9781466512245. Retrieved 2016. Today's most widely used material for atmospheric capture is polypropylene raffia, also called "raschel," which is a material classified under a class of mosquito netting fabric types (manufactured using Raschel knitting machines). 

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