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Introduction of PVC

Polyvinyl Chloride, commonly known as PVC, is a versatile synthetic polymer that finds extensive use in various industries due to its unique combination of properties. PVC is derived from vinyl chloride monomers and can be formulated into different forms with a wide range of applications. It is recognized for its durability, chemical resistance, and cost-effectiveness.

PVC Information

Process: Injection Molding, Insert Molding, Overmolding, CNC Machining, 3D Printing

Colors: custom-colors

Tolerance:±0.1mm to ±0.5mm

Price: cost-effective material

Application: pipes and fittings for plumbing, electrical conduits, window profiles, roofing membranes, medical tubing, cables, flooring, packaging, and consumer goods.

Recommended Wall Thickness: 1mm-5mm

PVC Properties

PVC stands for Polyvinyl Chloride, a versatile synthetic polymer used in a wide range of applications.

Here’s a table summarizing some typical properties of Polyvinyl Chloride (PVC):



Density (g/cm³)


Shrinkage Rate (%)


Pockwell Hardness

R110 – R120

Tensile Strength at Yield (MPa)


Elongation at Break (%)


Flexural Modulus (GPa)


Flexural Strength (MPa)


Drying Temperature (°C)

 70 – 80

Drying Time (hrs)

2 – 4

Melt Temperature (°C)


Mold Temperature (°C)

20 – 50

FAQ About PVC Plastic Material

PVC offers good chemical resistance, durability, flame resistance, and electrical insulation properties.

PVC comes in various forms, including rigid (unplasticized or uPVC) and flexible (plasticized or soft PVC), each with different properties and applications.

Yes, PVC is recyclable, but the recycling process can be more challenging due to its diverse formulations and potential for contamination.

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