Divided Plate Specifications
Regular Divided Plate
- This 10 inch (25 cm) divided plate makes it easy for persons with poor coordination, or with the use of only one hand, to scoop food onto their utensil from each compartment.
- Made of food grade polypropylene – BPA free
- Dishwasher and microwave safe
- Stronger than melamine
Heavy Duty Divided Plate
- A great dinner plate for institutional use.
- Heavy duty, chip, crack and scratch resistant Alacite plastic.
- Measures 9 in (23 cm) in diameter with 1 in (2.5 cm) high sides and a 0.75 in (1.9 cm) wide outer rim.
- This plate makes it easy for persons with poor coordination, or with the use of only one hand, to scoop food without making a mess of their dinner.
- Stackable and institutional dishwasher proof. White.
- Not microwaveable.
What is polypropylene?
Polypropylene, commonly known as Olefin, is a thermoplastic polymer generated from the processing of oil and natural gas. Propylene was a waste product of oil and natural gas operations until the late 1950s. It wasn't until Giulio Natta, an Italian chemist, polymerized gas propylene and created the commercially viable plastic polypropylene. The polypropylene is then extruded through a spinneret, which looks like a shower head. Threads are formed and lengthened by the spinneret. After the threads have cooled, they are spun together into yarns of various colours and sizes. Following that, the polypropylene strands are woven into fabric.
Polypropylene is a robust, fade-resistant, and naturally stain-resistant material. This is due to the fact that after being manufactured, polypropylene contains no active dye sites. It is impossible to dye or modify the colour of polypropylene once it has been extruded, according to a search for dying polypropylene. Polypropylene can only change hues with organic and inorganic pigments when it is in a heated liquid state. This is fantastic news! Polypropylene is naturally stain resistant due to its inability to be dyed. As a result, it's perfect for upholstery and textiles.
Polypropylene is a common type of plastic. Polypropylene is regarded one of the safest commercial polymers on the market today.
Polypropylene is FDA-approved for food contact, so you'll find it in food containers like those for yoghurt, cream cheese, and butter. Because of its great heat resistance, it's frequently utilized in the packaging of microwave-able foods.
Polypropylene is also utilized to make surgical gadgets and implants, and polypropylene fibers are often used to weave indoor and outdoor area rugs.
Why Choose Parsons ADL in Canada
Whether you have arthritis, a hip replacement, or are disabled, we can help. Whether you're caring for a loved one who is returning home from the hospital or has a proclivity for wandering... Whether you're looking for assistive goods for your clients who have a variety of disabilities... Parsons ADL Inc. offers you over 1100 new items to better your daily lives through our growing Dealer Network of over 800 home healthcare specialists across Canada and the United States. Our delivery timeframes are among the best in the business because many of our items are designed, manufactured, and assembled on-site at our factory north of Toronto.
Our expertise and outstanding client service are our trademarks. But, above all, we appreciate the relationships we've created with our customers and suppliers over the course of our 30+ years in business in Canada.
We will continue to work hard to give practical answers for individuals who require our services.