Poly Vinyl Chloride Resin

Poly Vinyl Chloride Resin

Polyvinyl Chloride (PVC) is one of the most widely produced thermoplastic polymers in the world after polyethylene and polypropylene. Without the additions of plasticizers, PVC is a naturally white, brittle plastic. Its most common use is in the construction industry, but it is also used to manufacture signs, in healthcare applications, and as a fiber for clothing.

HC-17

Characteristics

K-Value 66, Chlorine Content 67.3% Outstanding tensile strength, hydrostatic pressure endurance, thermal resistance, chemical resistance, flame retardance

 

Applications

CPVC Pipes (Extrusion)

 

Raw Materials

PVC takes less non-renewable fossil fuel to make than any other commodity plastic because unlike other thermoplastics which are entirely derived from oil, PVC is manufactured from two starting materials; 
  • 57% of the molecular weight derived from common salt
  • 43% derived from hyrdocarbon feedstocks (increasingly ethylene from sugar crops is also being used for PVC production as an alternative to ethylene from oil or natural gas)
  • Whilst PVC is most frequently made from salt and oil, in some regions of the world PVC is made without using oil feedstock at all (substituting oil-derived hydrocarbon with bio-derived hydrocarbon feedstock). PVC is therefore far less oil-dependent than other thermoplastics. It is also highly durable and energy efficient across a range of applications, which makes for an extremely effective use of raw materials.
     
     
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