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Rigid PVC is one of the oldest thermoplastics in existence today.


In 1912 German chemists F.Klatte and E.Zacharias were granted a patent for the process of manufacturing vinyl chloride monomer by addition of hydrogen chloride to acetylene, although full-scale production did not start until 1938.


PVC is made up from carbon, hydrogen and approximately 50% by weight chlorine.


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Display, Design, Architectural, Decorative, Framing, Lighting,Signage, Chemical, Electrical


  • Acid and chemical storage tanks

  • Extraction systems

  • Chemical piping systems

  • Meter boxes

  • Cable ducting

  • Cooling tower elements

  • Photographic emulsion tanks

  • Electrical insulators


  • Low cost

  • Excellent chemical resistance

  • Good resistance to stress cracking

  • Good impact strength

  • Good weatherability

  • Flame retardant

  • Low coefficient of linear thermal expansion

  • Excellent electrical insulation

  • Easily machined

  • Can be hot formed

  • Can be welded

  • Suitable for hot shaping

  • Suitable for vacuum forming

  • Can be glued

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