Pure PVC, PVC-ESD, Clear PVC, Colored PVC, CPVC
Plastic material Polyvinyl Chloride (PVC) is a major thermoplastic material and comes in many different forms, most notably in PVC sheet and PVC rod form. These different forms modify the properties to suit particular applications. Plasticisers, stabilisers and impact modifiers can be added to produce these modifications.
In general, PVC is light, water resistant, offers a long life cycle and does not require much maintenance. These excellent qualities makes PVC one of the most commonly used plastics today.
The properties of PVC give the material high rigidity and strength compared to other plastics and also allow it to be formable and machinable.
▪ Excellent electrical insulating properties
▪ Very high chemical resistance
▪ Work temperature 0℃～+70℃.
▪ Moderate impact resistance and service temperature
▪ Very good moisture resistance
▪ Good dimensional stability
▪ Self extinguishing
▪ Chemical storage vessels
▪ Tank liners and fittings
▪ Fume cupboards
▪ Pump components
▪ Electrical insulators
▪ General PVC – Grey: Natural PVC
▪ CPVC – Grey:
That is PVC (polyvinyl chloride) that has been chlorinated via a free radical chlorination reaction. This reaction is typically initiated by application of thermal or UV energy utilizing various approaches. In the process, chlorine gas is decomposed into free radical chlorine which is then reacted with PVC in a post-production step, essentially replacing a portion of the hydrogen in the PVC with chlorine.
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