Polyvinylchloride

Polyvinyl chloride - a synthetic thermoplastic polymer polar.Polymerization product of vinyl chloride.White solid.Available in a capillary-porous powder with a particle size of 100-200 microns, obtained by polymerization of vinyl chloride in bulk, suspension or emulsion.The powder is dry and well-processed.On the basis of PVC are rigid (vinyl plastic) and soft (plastic compounds) plastics, plastisols (paste), polyvinylchloride fiber.Vinyl plastic is used as a rigid structural material used in construction in the form of moldings, extrusions, tubes.Plasticized used for the manufacture of films, hoses, oilcloth, linoleum.

Standard designation PVC in Russia - PVC, but can occur and other designations:PVC (polyvinyl chloride), PVC-P or FPVC (plasticized polyvinyl chloride), PVC-U or RPVC or U-PVC or UPVC (unplasticized polyvinyl chloride), CPVC or PVC-C or PVCC (chlorinated polyvinyl chloride), HMW PVC (high molecular weight polyvinyl chloride).Do not burn in air, but has a low resistance to frost (-15 ° C).Thermal:+65 ° C.

PVC - it is the oldest building material.The combination of "profile - PVC," already firmly established in our lives, with few people know (of course apart from chemists), which represent the letters.PVC - is an abbreviation of useful material - PVC.

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Opening PVC and development of industrial production

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Structure and physical properties of PVC

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Preparation and properties of PVC

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Vinyl plastic

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Plasticized

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Industrial Properties and Applications of PVC

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