Polyvinyl chloride is a flexible or rigid material that is chemically non reactive
PVC has a broad range of applications from high volume construction related products to simple electric wire insulation and coatings
Rigid PVC is easily machined, heat formed, welded, and even solvent cemented
PVC can also be machined using standard metal working tools and finished to close tolerances and finishes without great difficulty
PVC accepts paint and performs well under most silkscreening processes
There are three broad classifications for rigid PVC compounds: Type 1, Type 2, and CPVC
Type 2 varies from Type 1 due to greater impact values, but lower chemical resistance. CPVC has greater high-temperature resistance.
These materials are considered unplasticized because they are less flexible than the plasticized formulations
High strength
Dimensional stability
Good weather resistance
High impact strength
Chemically inert
Tasteless, odorless, non toxic
Good electrical properties
Laboratory equipment
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