Polyvinyl Chloride (PVC)
Polyvinyl Chloride (PVC) is a very popular plastic material. Also, in the present situation, it is one of the most valuable products of the petrochemical industry. Generally, more than 50% of PVC usage is in building construction, because PVC is cheap and easily bonded. In recent years, PVC has replaced traditional building materials such as wood, cement and pottery in many areas. Despite the advent of an ideal material in construction, there is still concern about the cost of PVC for the natural environment and human health.
Polyvinyl Chloride (PVC) application:
Frequent uses for PVC include: Vinyl Siding, magnetic sign of cards, vertical cutting of windows, phonograph pages, tubes, plumbing, ducts and fittings, cheap handbags, dark windows (without sight) and in its soft form for There are clothes, upholstery, such as blinds, flooring and roofing, electrical cables, lightweight balls.
It is also often used for plumbing water and sewage because of its natural cost and flexibility.
Polyvinyl Chloride (PVC) profile and superiority
Lightweight, bending, non-combustible, heat and electrical resistance to insulation, chemical and biological resistance, ability to convert to the levels of sylvia, the ability to combine with various additives, and finally the flexibility to apply multiple designs, the polymer It has become a modern thermoplastic type, which has become the most suitable alternative to metal and nonmetallic alloys in the industry.
- Extrusion of flexible section and hoses
- Cable industry
- Injection molding
- Windows Profile
- Electric Wires