Pvc Properties


What is Pvc?

PVC (Polyvinyl Chloride) is a thermoplastic polymer and is widely used in the plastics industry. PVC is produced by the polymerization of vinyl chloride monomer and is a material with various properties.

Some of the main properties of PVC are:

Durability: PVC is known for its chemical and mechanical durability. For this reason, it is used in many structural applications such as pipes, door and window profiles, electrical cable coverings.

Flexibility: PVC can be processed to a certain degree of flexibility. This gives it an advantage in flexible hoses, coatings and other flexible applications.

High Dielectric Properties: PVC has good dielectric properties for use as electrical insulating materials. Therefore, it is used in electrical cables and insulating materials.

Fire Resistance: PVC is a self-extinguishing material and provides fire resistance.

Chemical Resistance: PVC is resistant to many chemicals. This property is suitable for materials exposed to a variety of chemicals in industrial applications.

Economical and Easy Processability: PVC is economical in terms of production costs and easy to process. Therefore, it can be shaped in many different ways and adapted to applications.

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PVC is a widely used material in many industries such as construction, automotive, electrical, medical, packaging and textiles. Many products may contain PVC, such as pipes, door and window profiles, electrical cables, floor coverings, curtain wall cladding and packaging materials. However, PVC's production and disposal processes can cause some environmental concerns and it can be more difficult to recycle than other plastics. Therefore, it is important to use it carefully from a sustainability perspective.