• Polietilen (PE)
    AYPE YYPE LAYPE
  • Polipropilen (PP)
    HOPP COPP PPRC
  • Polistiren (PS)
    POLYSTYRENE 2 VARIOUS GOODS … THEM CRYSTAL ANTISHOCK
  • Polivinil Klorür (PVC)
    S-PVC E-PVC
  • Masterbatch Additives
    White Masterbatch Black Masterbatch Color Masterbatch Compound Masterbatches
  • Calcite
    Calcium Carbonate
  • Poliamid-6 (PA6)
    NATURAL - BLACK - WHITE - GLASS FIBER
  • Polycarbonate (PC)
    Polycarbonates are a special group of thermoplastics.
  • Styrene Acrylonitrile (SAN)
    Styrene Acrylonitrile (SAN) is a copolymer of styrene with acrylonitrile.
  • Polyethylene Terephthalate
    PET, PETE, PETP
  • Polyacetal (POM)
    POM is a widely used material in a wide variety of engineering applications in all industries.

Polyvinyl Chloride (PVC)

 

Polyvinyl chloride also known as PVC is a thermoplastic material derived from common salt and fossil fuels.

After polyethylene, PVC is the most important plastics. It was first discovered by Henri Victor Regnault in 1835, and after him one more time Eugen Baumann in 1872. Both times the polymer appeared as a white solid substance in the bottle vinyl chloride which are left in the sunlight.

There were a few attempts of PVC commercialization, however, the material was difficult to process. Scientists Valo Semon’s experiments have led to the creation of plasticization methods, by mixing PVC with various additives. The result was a material, which was easy to handle, and commercial use was wide.

PVC is mostly produced with method called the suspension polymerization process.

The polymerization is carried out at a low pressure of below 1 MPa, and temperature of 30 to 80 °C in the presence of an inorganic or organic peroxide activator.

POLYVINYL CHLORIDE (PVC)  2 VARIOUS GOODS … THEM

  • S-PVC
  • E-PVC

  • Pipe Fittings

  • Rigid Films & Sheets

  • Flooring

  • Furniture Edge Band

  • Credit&Playing Cards

  • Window Frames

  • Sewage Pipes

  • Pressure Pipes

  • Rigid Profiles

  • Siding

  • Cable Trunking

  • Cable Sheathing and Insulation

  • Flexible Soft Films and Sheets

  • Stretch Food Wrap

  • Hose

  • Footwear

  • Waterproof Membranes

  • Artificial Leather (Skin Layer and Foam Layer)

  • Flooring, Fabric Coating

  • Tarpaulin

  • Toys, Dolls, Balls, Traffic Cones

  • Plastisols and Printing Ink

  • Viscosity Number: 80-125 cm3 / g

  • K Number: 58-70

  • Bulk Density: 0,48-0,58 cm3/g

  • > 0,250mm: max 3 – max 6 %w

  • > 0,063m : min 92 %w

  • Volatile Substance: max 3 %w

  • Pollution: max 60 adet / 9dm2

  • Easy processability

  • Resistance to water

  • Fire and durability

  • Recyclability

  • Cost advantage

  • Lightness

  • Longevity

  • Easy repairability

  • Flexibility

  • Transparency and robustness