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|Place of Origin||Japan|
|Material||Polyvinyl Chloride [PVC]|
|Original Product||PVC Water Pipe|
|Grade||K value 55-57, 65-67|
|Type||Post Industrial Waste|
|Application||PVC Recycled Water Pipe|
|Certificates||Japan Basel Approved|
|Supply Ability||500 Metric Tons per Month|
|Processing Time||15 - 20 days|
|Est. Shipping Time||15, 30, 45 days|
PVC is one of the most commonly used materials today, and it is an indispensable material in industries. In addition, PVC is also used to replace some other materials to reduce costs.
PVC has very poor strength, so in order to increase the impact resistance as well as ensure the durability of the product, people often add additives such as ABS, MBS .... toughness, plasticizers. PVC is the third most produced and consumed PVC in the world after PE and PP.
Basically, PVC is divided into 2 types and the most commonly used are:
+ Hard plastic (uPVC) - plastic that does not contain plasticizing additives.
+ PVC plastic - a kind of plastic mixed with plasticizer additives.
These two resins are commonly used in daily life and can make many different product lines.
PVC is widely used in all areas of life:
+ Producing toys for childrens, medical equipment, especially blood bags.
+ PVC is used to make water pipes PVC in irrigation systems.
+ PVC is also used to make floor carpets.
+ PVC is used for making wire, cable, water trough packing, packaging materials, cushions, banners, raincoats and textile products ... ..
+ Bring in a lot of outstanding advantages, PVC is also used to produce furniture.
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